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Max Bielschowsky - bibliography

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Biography

German neuropathologist, born February 19, 1869, Breslau; died 1940.

Bibliography

  • Myelitis und Sehnerventzündung. Berlin, 1901.
  • Die Silberimprägnation der Achsencylinder.
    Neurologisches Zentralblatt, Leipzig, 1902, 21: 579-84.
    Neurologisches Zentralblatt, Leipzig, 1903, 22: 997-1006.
    Bielschowwsky stains.
  • Allgemeine Histologie und Histopathologie des Nervensystems. In: Max Lewandowsky (publisher), Handbuch der Neurologie. Volume 1, Berlin, 1910.
  • Herpes Zoster. In: Max Lewandowsky (publisher): Handbuch der Neurologie. Volume 5, Berlin, 1910.
  • Über spätinfantile familiäre amaurotische Idiotie mit Kleinhirnsymptomen.
    Deutsche Zeitschrift für Nervenheilkunde, 1914, 50: 7-29.
    Bielschowsky’s amaurotic idiocy.
  • Nervengewebe, Morphologie der Ganglienzelle.
  • Zentrale Nervenfazern.
  • Übersicht über den gegenwärtigen Stand der Neuronenlehre und die gegen sie erhobenen Einwände.
    Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie der Menschen. Volume 4, Berlin, 1928.
  • F. H. Lewy:
    Max Bielschowsky. Transactions of the American Neurological Association, New York, 1941, 67: 243-244.
  • B. Ostertag:
    In Memoriam, Max Bielschowsky.
    Deutsche medizinische Wochenshrift, 1959, 84: 765-766.

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