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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia
Pribram (Przibram), Alfred
Austrian physician; born at Prague May 11, 1841; educated at the university of his native city (M.D. 1861). He established a practise in Prague, after having been for some time assistant at the general hospital there. He became privat-docent at the German University of Prague in 1869, assistant professor and chief physician of the dispensary in 1873, and professor of pathology and therapeutics and chief of the first medical clinic in 1881.
Pribram is the author of many essays and works, among which may be mentioned: "Studien über Febris Recurrens," 1868 (with Robitschek); "Studien über Cholera," 1869; "Studien über die Zuckerlose Harnruhr," 1870; "Ueber die Sterblichkeit in Prag," 1873; "Ueber die Verbreitungsweise des Abdominal und Flecktyphus," 1880; "Ueber den Unterricht in der Innern Medizin an der Universität in Prag in der Letzten Hälfte des Jahrhunderts," etc., Prague, 1899.
He has written essays upon cotein, antipyrin, and quebracho also, and was a collaborator on Eulenburg's "Realencyclopädie der Gesammten Heilkunde," his subjects being syphilis of the brain and gout.
- Pagel, Biog. Lex.;
- Hirsch, Biog. Lex.
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Singer, Isidore, Ph.D, Projector and Managing Editor. Entry for 'Pribram (Przibram), Alfred'. 1901 The Jewish Encyclopedia. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/tje/p/pribram-przibram-alfred.html. 1901.
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