Hungarian physician; born at Miskolez June 23, 1837; studied at Budapest and Vienna (M.D. 1863). In 1864 he was appointed assistant physician at the Jewish Hospital in Budapest; in 1874, chief of a division; in 1876, privat-docent; and in 1886, assistant professor. The following are his more important works: "Az Ideges Gyomorbántalmak" (Budapest, 1884), translated into German under the title "Die Nervösen Krankheiten des Magens"; "A Lép Betegsegei" (ib. 1895), treating of the diseases of the spleen; and "A Hashártya Betegsegei" (ib. 1897), treating of the diseases of the peritoneum.
- Pallas Lex.