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Eduard Heinrich Henoch - bibliography

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Biography

German paediatrician, born June (30: July) 16, 1820, Berlin; died 1910, August 25, Dresden.

Bibliography

  • De atrophia cerebri. Doctoral dissertation, Berlin, 1843.
  • Vergleichende Pathologie der Bewegungs- und Nervenkrankheiten des Menschen und der Haustiere, 1845.
    (Comparative Pathology of the Diseases of the Locomotor and Nervous Systems of Man and Domestic Animals).
  • Klinische Ergebnisse. Gesammelt in dem kgl. poliklinischen Institut der Universität.
    Edited by Henoch and Ernst Moritz Romberg. Berlin, 1846.
  • Klinische Wahrnehmungen.
    Edited by Henoch and Ernst Moritz Romberg. 1852.
  • Klinik der Unterleibskrankheiten. 3 volumes; Berlin, 1852, 1854, 1858.
  • Beiträge zur Kinderheilkunde.
    Berlin, A. Hirschwald, 1861.
    In the first edition, 2. Hefte, 1861, Henoch reported 426 cases he had seen in his Kinderklinik. In a new edition, 1868, he reported on 4500 cases.
  • Vorlesungen über Kinderkrankheiten. Ein Handbuch für Aerzte und Studirende.
    Berlin, Verlag von August Hirschwald, 1881. 6th edition, Berlin, 1892, XII + 888 pages.
  • Ueber Purpura fulminans. Berliner klinische Wochenschrift, 1887, 24: 8-10.

    Biographical:

  • A. Förster:
    Eduard Heinrich Henoch – ein Leben im Kampf um die Anerkennung der Pädiatrie.
    Medical dissertation, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, 1964.
  • Watson, in Archives of Pediatrics, New York, 1893.
  • Arthur Schlossmann (1867-1832), in Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1910, 28: 1504-1505.

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