Miscellany

1906 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
professor of experimental pathology and pathologic anatomy at Leyden, died January 31, aged 74. He was a native of Berlin and privat docent at the university until he accepted a call to Holland in 1865. His greatest work was a treatise on pathology and treatment of kidney affections, 1863, which has been translated into several lan¬ guages. Among his other numerous works are several on dia¬ betes, cirrhosis of the liver, etc., and his pupils, de Jong and de Haan, have also made notable
more » ... de notable contributions to the path¬ ology of digestion and metabolism. Psychic Treatment of Nervous Diseases. P. DuBois.
doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510370050019 fatcat:oimyes6cdrg5bp3ejjsygxbphy