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ASKANAZY, MAX:

German physician; born at Stallupönen, East Prussia, Feb. 24, 1865. He received his education at the gymnasium in Königsberg, Prussia, and at the university in that city, studying medicine at the latter, and graduating in 1890. In the same year he became assistant at the pathological institute of his alma mater, and in 1893 was admitted to the medical faculty of the university as lecturer. Askanazy is the author of several essays on clinical and pathological-anatomical subjects, among which are: "Kasuistisches zur Frage der Alopecia Neurotica," in "Archiv für Dermatologie und Syphilis," 1890, xxii. 523; "Ueber Bothriocephalus-Anaemie und die Prognostische Bedeutung der Megaloblasten im Anämischen Blute," in "Zeitschrift für Klinische Medizin," 1895, xxvii., parts 5 and 6; "Ueber den Wassergehalt des Blutes und Blutserums bei Kreislaufstörungen, Nephritiden, Anaemien und Fieber Nebst Vorbemerkungen über die Untersuchungsmethoden und über den Befund unter Physiologischen Verthältnissen," in "Deutsches Archiv für Klinische Medizin," 1897, lix.; "Ueber die Diagnostische Bedeutung der Ausscheidung des Bence-Jones'schen Körpers durch den Urin," ib. 1900, lxviii.

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