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Carl B. Schlatter - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss physician, born March 18, 1864, Wallisellen-Zürich; died 1934.

Bibliography

  • Über Ernährung und Verdauung nach vollständiger Entfernung des Magens, Oesophagoenterostomie, beim Menschen.
    [Bruns] Beiträge zur klinischen Chirurgie, 1897, 19: 757-776.
    [Bruns] Beiträge zur klinischen Chirurgie, 1899, 23: 589-594.
  • Hirnblutungen, Leberverletzungen.
    In Fritz de Quervain and Emil Theodor Kocher: Enzyklopädie der Chirurgie. 2 volumes; Leipzig, 1901-1903.
  • Verletzungen und Erkrankungen der Kiefer.
    With Oskar Römer (born 1866).
    In: Handbuch der praktischen Chirurgie, 1st to 3rd edition; Stuttgart 1901-1907.
  • Verletzungen des schnabelförmigen Fortsatzes des oberen Tibia-epiphyse.
    [Bruns] Beiträge zur klinischen Chirurgie, 1903, 38: 874-887.
  • Die Chirurgie der Zähne, des Zahnfleisches und der Kiefer.
    With Oskar Römer (born 1866). In: Handbuch der praktischen Chirurgie, 2nd edition, volume 1; Stuttgart 1903. 1907.
  • Lehrbuch der praktischen Chirurgie.
    With Ludwig Gelpke (born 1854). Leipzig, 1913.
  • Unfallkunde für Ärzte und Juristen.
    With Ludwig Gelpke (born 1854).
    Bern, 1917; 2nd edition, 1930.

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