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Frederick Parkes Weber - bibliography

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Biography

English physician, born May 8, 1863, London; died 1962.

Bibliography

  • Des amyotrophies. Paris, 1889.
  • On the association of chronic intestitial nephritis with pulmonary tuberculosis.
    Doctoral thesis. Cambridge, 1892.
  • Muscular cramp in relation with the phenomena of angina pectoris.
    American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Thorofare, N.J., 1894.
  • Cirrhosis of the liver and icterus of 4 years standing.
    British Medical Journal, London, 1896.
  • The mineral waters and health resorts of Europe.
    Written with Sir Hermann Weber (his father). London, 1898.
    3rd edition, London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1907, under the title of Climatology and balneotherapy.
  • Les paralysies générales progressives. Paris, 1898.
  • Abscès cérébral.
    In: Paul Camille Hippolyte Brouardel (1837-1906) and Nicolas Augustin Gilbert (1858-1927): Traité de médecine. Paris, 1901.
  • Syphilis cérébrale.
    In: Brouardel and Gilbert: Traité de médecine. Paris, 1901.
  • Tumeurs cérébrale.
    In: Brouardel and Gilbert: Traité de médecine. Paris, 1901.
  • Climatology. Written with Guy Hinodale.
    In Salomon Solis Cohen’s (born 1857): The System of Physiologic Therapeutics. 2 volumes; Philadelphia 1901 and 1902.
  • A note on cutaneous telangiectases and their etiology. Comparison with the etiology of haemorrhoids and ordinary varicose veins.
    Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1904: 346-349.
    Rendu-Osler-Weber disease.
  • Pathology of old age.
    In Thomas Clifford Allbutt (1836-1925) and Sir Humphrey Davy Rolleston (1862-1944): The System of Medicine, 2nd edition, volume 1. Philadelphia, 1905.
  • Hydrotherapy and balneotherapy. With Sir Hermann Weber.
    In Allbutt and Rolleston’s The System of Medicine. 2nd edition, volume 1. Philadelphia, 1905.
  • Multiple hereditary developmental angiomata (telangiectases) of the skin and mucous membranes associated with recurring haemorrhages.
    Lancet, London, 1907; 2: 160-162.
    Rendu-Osler-Weber disease.
  • Angioma formation in connection with hypertrophy of limbs and hemihypertrophy.
    British Journal of Dermatology, Oxford, 1907, 19: 231.
  • Climatology and balneotherapy.
    Written with his father, Sir Hermann David Weber.
    London, Smith, Elder & Co, 1907.
  • Polycythaemia and erythraemia.
    In Allbutt and Rolleston, The System of Medicine. 2nd edition, volume 5. Philadelphia 1909.
  • Aspects of death and correlated aspects of life.
    In Allbutt and Rolleston’s The System of Medicine, 1910.
  • Pseudo-bulbar Paralysis.
    Saint Bartholomew’s Hospital Reports, London, XXIX.
  • Traumatic pneumonia and traumatic tuberculosis.
    In Allbutt and Rolleston’s The System of Medicine, 1916.
  • Maladies des méninges.
    With others. Nouveau traité de médecine, Paris, 1912.
  • Polycythaemia, erythrocytosis and arythraemia.
    In Allbutt and Rolleston’s The System of Medicine, 1921.
  • Pathologie générale évolutive. Paris, 1921.
  • Haemangiectactic hypertrophy of limbs - congenital phlebarteriectasis and so-called varicose veins.
    British Journal of Children’s Diseases, 15: 13; 1918.
  • Haemorrhagic telangiectasia of the Osler-type «telangiectatic dysplasia» and isolated case, with discussion on multiple pulsating stellate telangiectases and other striking haemangiectatic conditions.
    British Journal of Dermatology, Oxford, 1936; 48: 182-193.
    Rendu-Osler-Weber disease.

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