German pathologist; born at Glogau Oct. 5, 1833; died at Königsberg, East Prussia, May 9, 1899. He studied medicine at Berlin and Vienna (M.D. 1855), established himself as a physician in Königsberg in 1856, and became privat-docent in 1864, and assistant professor in 1874.

Among his many works and essays may be mentioned: "Diotrophische Nerven," 1860; "Der Entzündungsprocess," 1873; "Die Entstehung der Eigenwärme und des Fiebers," 1876; "Handbuch der Allgemeinen Pathologie," 1879. With A. Eulenburg he published also "Handbuch der Allgemeinen Therapie und der Therapeutischen Methoden," Leipsic and Vienna, 1899.

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