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8vo. xii, 158 pp. Frontispiece of Albert Fraenkel, figs., index. Black cloth. Dedicated to Franz M. Groedel. Scarce. Kisch was an experimental cardiologist and co-founder of the German Society for Heart and Circulation Research. In 1937 he was forced to leave Germany (due the prohibition against Jewish doctors practicing medicine), coming to the US while taking a research fellowship at Yeshiva University in NY.
Title: Strophanthin; Clinical and Experimental Experiences of the Past 25 Years.
Publisher: New York:, Brooklyn Medical Press, (1944).: 1944
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: M12659