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LICHTHEIM, LUDWIG:

German physician; born Dec. 7, 1845, at Breslau, where he was educated at the gymnasium. He then studied medicine at the universities of Berlin, Zurich, and Breslau, graduating in 1868. From 1869 to 1872 he was assistant in the medical hospital at Breslau; from 1872 to 1873 in the surgical hospital at Halle; and from 1873 to 1877 again at Breslau in the medical polyclinic. He became privat-docent at Breslau University in 1876; assistant professor at Jena in 1877; was called in 1878 to Bern University as professor of medicine and chief of the medical clinic; and has held a similar position since 1888 in the University of Königsberg.

Lichtheim has written many essays in the medical journals, among which may be mentioned: "Ueber Behandlung Pleuritischer Exsudate," in "Sammlung Klinischer Vorträge," 1872; (with Cohnheim) "Ueber Hydrämie und Hydrämisches Oedem," in Virchow's "Archiv," lxix.; "Ueber Periodische Haemoglobinurie," in "Sammlung Klinischer Vorträge," 1878; "Die Antipyretische Wirkung des Phenols," in "Breslauer Aerztliche Zeitschrift," 1881; "Ueber Tuberkulose," in "Rapport des Kongresses für Innere Medizin," 1883; "Die Chronischen Herzmuskelerkrankungen und Ihre Behandlung," ib. 1888; "Zur Diagnose der Meningitis," in "Berliner Klinische Wochenschrift," 1895. He is the author also of "Die Störungen des Lungenkreislaufs, und Ihr Einfluss auf den Blutdruck" (Berlin, 1876).

Bibliography:
  • Pagel, Biog. Lex. Vienna, 1901.
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