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July 9, 1887


JAMA. 1887;IX(2):60-63. doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02400010044013

Kœberlé; his Methods; Treatment of the Abdominal Wound—Burckhardt—Stab-wound of the Liver— Stab-wound of the Stomach—Extirpation of the Larynx—Empyema of Frontal Sinuses—Antisepsis in Stuttgart Hospitals—Tuberculosis of Bone, Joints and Lymphatics—Peritoneal Sarcoma or Tuberculosis?—Osteotomy for Genu Valgum and Varum:

Dear Dr. Fenger :  —One of the most interesting men in Strassburg is Dr. Kœberlé. He is 65 years of age, and until recently lived the life of a bachelor in his comfortable and luxuriously furnished house opposite the Allerheiligen Hospital His young and beautiful wife has done her share towards his rejuvenation, and the climax of happiness culminated in the Kœberlé family on the appearance of an heir to the fame and fortune of the distinguished laparotomist. For nearly half a century this faithful worker knew no pleasure outside of his profession, laboring faithfully in the interest of science and for the welfare of his fellow men, and is therefore entitled to

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