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Camillo Bozzolo - bibliography

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Biography

Italian physician, born May 30, 1845, Milano; died February 28, 1920, Torino.

Bibliography

  • Le splenomegalie primitive.
    With Fernando Micheli (1872-1937). Torino, 1910.
  • L’anchilostomiasi e l’anemia che ne conseguita (anchilostomanemia).
    Giornale internazionale delle scienze mediche, Napoli, 1879, n.s. 1: 1054-1069, 1245-1253.
    Introduction of thymol as a hookworm vermifuge.
    With Edoardo Perroncito (1847-1936) and Luigi Pagliani (1847-1931) Bozzolo discovered that ancylostomum duodenale was the cause of the anaemia occurring among workers building the St. Gotthard railway.
  • Bozzolo, Camillo.
    In: Isidor Fischer, publisher: Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte der letzten fünfzig Jahre. Berlin – Wien, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1932.

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