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Erwin Otto Eduard von Baelz - bibliography

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Biography

German internist and anthropologist, born January 1, 1849, Bietigheim; died August 31, 1913, Stuttgart.

Bibliography

  • Über parasitäre Hämoptoë (Gregarinosos pulmonum).
    Centralblatt für die medicinischen Wisenschaften, 1880, 18: 721-722.
    Description of the ova of Paragonimus, which Baelz named Gregarina pulmonalis, and its relationship to endemic haemoptysis.
    Translation in Benjamin Harrison Kean (1912-) et al:
  • Tropical Medicine and Parasitology: Classic investigations.
    London, Cornell University Press, 1978.
  • Kakke (beriberi).
    Mitteilungen der deutschen Gesellschaft für Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, 1880-1884, 3: 301-319.
    In his important account of beri-beri, Baelz dealt with the Tokyo outbreak in 1881.
  • Zusammenstellung japanischer Parasiten.
    Berliner klinische Wochenschrift, 1883.
  • Das japanische Fluss- oder Überschwemmungs-fieber, eine acute Infectionskrankheit.
    [Virchows] Archiv für pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie, und für klinische Medizin, Berlin, 1879, 78: 373-420, 528-530.
    Early scientific account of tsutsugamushi fever.
  • Über die körperlichen Eigenschaften der Japaner.
    Mitteilungen.... 27.
  • Lehrbuch der Inneren Medicin mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Japan bearbeitet.
    3 volumes. Tokyo, 1900-1901. T. Kanahara.

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