Walther Kausch (17 July 1867, Königsberg – 24 March 1928, Berlin) was a surgeon. He was involved in improvements made to the pancreaticoduodenectomy process. Walther Carl Eduard Kausch was the second of four children. He studied medicine at the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität in Strassburg from 1885 to 1890. He received his doctor's license on July 8, 1890 and obtained his doctorate in 1891. From 1890 to 1892 he worked in the pscychiatric-neurologic clinic under Friedrich Jolly (1844-1904) and Karl Fürstner (1848-1906), then from 1892 to 1896 at the medical clinic under Bernhard Naunyn (1839-1935). After being habilitated for internal medicine in 1896, he changed to surgery. From 1896 to 1906 he worked at the university surgical clinic in Breslau, training under professor Jan Mikulicz-Radeck

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  • Walther Kausch (* 17. Juli 1867 in Königsberg i. Pr.; † 24. März 1928 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Chirurg. Er begründete die Pankreaschirurgie. (de)
  • Secondo di quattro figli, studiò medicina presso la Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität a Strasburgo dal 1885 al 1890. Conseguì l'abilitazione alla pratica medica l'8 luglio 1890 ed ottenne un dottorato nel 1891. Dal 1890 al 1892 lavorò presso la clinica neurologica-psichiatrica diretta da Friedrich Jolly (1844-1904) e Karl Fürstner (1848-1906), in seguito tra il 1892 e il 1896 frequentò la clinica medica diretta da Bernhard Naunyn (1839-1935). Dopo essere abilitato alla medicina interna nel 1896, cambiò specializzandosi nella chirurgia. Dal 1896 al 1906 lavorò presso la clinica chirurgica universitaria a Breslavia, sotto la guida del professore Jan Mikulicz-Radecki (1850-1905). La clinica chirurgica a Breslavia era una delle più grandi nel suo tempo. Kausch venne abilitato alla chirurgia nel 1899, diventando professore titolare tre anni più tardi. Nel 1905 venne nominato direttore medico e capo del reparto di chirurgia I dello Städtisches Augusta-Viktoria-Krankenhaus di Berlino, incarico che mantenne fino alla morte, avvenuta il 24 marzo 1928, per embolia polmonare dovuta ad appendicite perforante. (it)
  • Walther Carl Eduard Kausch (ur. 17 lipca 1867 w Królewcu, zm. 24 marca 1928 w Berlinie) – niemiecki chirurg. Jest uważany za jednego z twórców chirurgii trzustki. (pl)
  • Walther Kausch (17 July 1867, Königsberg – 24 March 1928, Berlin) was a surgeon. He was involved in improvements made to the pancreaticoduodenectomy process. Walther Carl Eduard Kausch was the second of four children. He studied medicine at the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität in Strassburg from 1885 to 1890. He received his doctor's license on July 8, 1890 and obtained his doctorate in 1891. From 1890 to 1892 he worked in the pscychiatric-neurologic clinic under Friedrich Jolly (1844-1904) and Karl Fürstner (1848-1906), then from 1892 to 1896 at the medical clinic under Bernhard Naunyn (1839-1935). After being habilitated for internal medicine in 1896, he changed to surgery. From 1896 to 1906 he worked at the university surgical clinic in Breslau, training under professor Jan Mikulicz-Radecki (1850-1905). The surgical clinic in Breslau was one of the largest in its time. Kausch was habilitated for surgery in 1899, becoming titular professor in 1902. In 1903, Kausch married Mikulicz' daughter. After the death of his father-in-law in 1905, Kausch became head of the clinic in an acting capacity. In 1905 he was elected medical director and head of the I. surgical department at the Städtisches Augusta-Viktoria-Krankenhaus in Berlin-Schöneberg, then still under construction. He headed the Augusta-Viktoria-Krankenhaus and its surgical department until his death from fulminant pulmonary emboli following perforating appendicitis on March 24, 1928. (en)
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  • Walther Kausch (* 17. Juli 1867 in Königsberg i. Pr.; † 24. März 1928 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Chirurg. Er begründete die Pankreaschirurgie. (de)
  • Walther Carl Eduard Kausch (ur. 17 lipca 1867 w Królewcu, zm. 24 marca 1928 w Berlinie) – niemiecki chirurg. Jest uważany za jednego z twórców chirurgii trzustki. (pl)
  • Walther Kausch (17 July 1867, Königsberg – 24 March 1928, Berlin) was a surgeon. He was involved in improvements made to the pancreaticoduodenectomy process. Walther Carl Eduard Kausch was the second of four children. He studied medicine at the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität in Strassburg from 1885 to 1890. He received his doctor's license on July 8, 1890 and obtained his doctorate in 1891. From 1890 to 1892 he worked in the pscychiatric-neurologic clinic under Friedrich Jolly (1844-1904) and Karl Fürstner (1848-1906), then from 1892 to 1896 at the medical clinic under Bernhard Naunyn (1839-1935). After being habilitated for internal medicine in 1896, he changed to surgery. From 1896 to 1906 he worked at the university surgical clinic in Breslau, training under professor Jan Mikulicz-Radeck (en)
  • Secondo di quattro figli, studiò medicina presso la Friedrich-Wilhelm-Universität a Strasburgo dal 1885 al 1890. Conseguì l'abilitazione alla pratica medica l'8 luglio 1890 ed ottenne un dottorato nel 1891. Dal 1890 al 1892 lavorò presso la clinica neurologica-psichiatrica diretta da Friedrich Jolly (1844-1904) e Karl Fürstner (1848-1906), in seguito tra il 1892 e il 1896 frequentò la clinica medica diretta da Bernhard Naunyn (1839-1935). Dopo essere abilitato alla medicina interna nel 1896, cambiò specializzandosi nella chirurgia. Dal 1896 al 1906 lavorò presso la clinica chirurgica universitaria a Breslavia, sotto la guida del professore Jan Mikulicz-Radecki (1850-1905). La clinica chirurgica a Breslavia era una delle più grandi nel suo tempo. (it)
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