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Friedrich Trendelenburg - bibliography

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Biography

German surgeon, born May 24, 1844, Berlin; died December 15, 1924, Nikolassee near Berlin.

Bibliography

  • De veterum Indorum chirurgica.
    Doctoral dissertation, Berolini, G. Schade, 1866.
  • Beiträge zu den Operationen an den Luftwegen.
    [von Langenbeck’s] Archiv für klinische Chirurgie, Berlin, 1871, 12: 112-133.
  • Die chirurgischen Erkrankungen und Operationen am Halse.
    In: Carl Jakob Adolf Christian Gerhardt (1833-1902): Handbuch der Kinderkrankheiten. Volume 6, 2; Tübingen, 1880.
  • Verletzungen und chirurgische Erkrankungen des Gesichts.
    Deutsche Chirurgie, volume 33; Stuttgart, 1886.
  • Über die Unterbindung der Vena saphena magna bei Unterschenkelvaricen.
    [Brun’s] Beiträge zur klinischen Chirurgie, 1890, 7: 195-210.
    Reprinted, with translation, in Med. Classics, 1940, 4: 989-1023.
    Trendelenburg’s operation II and Trendelenburg’s test.
  • Die ersten 25 Jahre der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Chirurgie in dankbarer Erinnerung an Bernhard von Langenbeck. Berlin, 1923. Autobiography:
  • Aus heiteren Jugendtagen. Berlin, 1924.
  • M. Bernstein, H. P. Koo, D. A. Bloom:
    Beyond the Trendelenburg position: Friedrich Trendelenburg's life and surgical contributions.
    Surgery, St. Louis, July 1999, 126(1): 78-82.

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