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ROTH, WILHELM:

Austrian rhinologist; born at Kluckno, Hungary, Oct. 10, 1848. He received his education at the gymnasium at Eperies, Hungary, and at the University of Vienna (M. D. 1873). Establishing himself in Vienna, he became in 1885 privat-docent at the university of that city.

Roth has invented a drop-syringe for the larynx and several instruments for the nose, e.g., a mirror, an inhalation apparatus, and an electrical lamp, as well as a medicine-carrier. Besides many articles in the medical journals he is the author of: "Die Chronische Rachenentzündung," Vienna, 1883. He has also collaborated on the "Therapeutisches Lexicon" and the "Diagnostisches Lexicon."

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