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Robert Wartenberg - bibliography

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American neurologist, born June 19, 1886, Grodno, Russia; died November 16, 1956, San Francisco.


  • The Examination of Reflexes.
  • The Examination of Reflexes. A Simplification. Foreword by Foster Kennedy.
    Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, Inc. 1945.
  • Hemifacial spasm. A clinical and pathophysiological study.
    Foreword by Macdonald Critchley.
    New York : Oxford University Press, 1952.
  • Diagnostic tests in Neurology.
    With forewords by Sir Gordon Holmes and Stanley Truman.
    Chicago, The Year Book Publishers, Inc. 1953.
  • Neurologische Untersuchungsmethoden in der Sprechstunde.
    Von Dr. Med, Robert Wartenberg, Honorarprofessor der Universität Freiburg i. Br. Professor der Neurologie an der Universität von Californien in San Francisco. ûbersetzt und herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Med. Heinz Köbcke, Tübingen. Mit einem Vorwort von Prof. Dr. Jung, Freburg i- Br. Mit 62 Abbildungen un 114 Einzeldarstellungen.
    Stuttgart, Georg Thieme Verlag, 1954.
  • Neuritis, Sensory Neuritis, Neuralgia. A Clinical Study with Review of the Literature.
    Foreword by Wilfred Harris. New York, Oxford University Press, 1958.
We thank Dr. Detlef Rosenow, Karlsruhe, Germany, for information submitted.

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