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Theodore Herman Weisenburg - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, born April 10, 1876, New York; died 1934.

Bibliography

  • C. K. Mills and T. H. Weisenburg:
    The effects on the nervous system of electric currents of high potential, considered clinically and medico-legally.
    University of Pennsylvania Medical Bulletin, 1903.
    Reprinted from the University of Pennsylvania Medical Bulletin, March and April, 1903.
  • T. H. Weisenburg:
    posium on the cerebellum: (6) Cerebellar localization and its symptomatology.
    Brain, 1927, 50: 357-377.
  • T. H. . Weisenburg:
    Symposium on the cerebellum: discussion. Brain, 1927, 50: 377-390.
  • T. H. Weisenburg and Katherine Elizabeth McBride:
    Aphasia: A Clinical and Psychological Study.
    New York, The Commonwealth Fund. 1935. 634 pages. Biographical:
  • Clarence A. Patten:
    Theodore H. Weisenburg.
    The American Journal of Psychiatry, January 1935, 91: 959-963.
  • George K. York, David A. Steinberg:
    Neurology Was There in 1918. Archives of Neurology, Chicago, 1998, 55: 571-572.
  • Death of Dr. Weisenburg. Psychiatric Quarterly, 1934, 8 (4): 804.
We thank Dr. Otfried Spreen for information submitted.

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