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Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher (21 April 1828 – 31 December 1879) was a German ophthalmologist born in Wallau. He studied medicine at the Universities of Gießen, Heidelberg and Würzburg. He obtained his doctorate in 1849, and in 1851 traveled to Paris to study ophthalmology. In 1856 he founded an ophthalmology hospital in Wiesbaden, and was its director until his death in 1879. At Wiesbaden, he worked closely with his brother, Hermann Pagenstecher (1844–1932), who took control of the eye hospital following his death.

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  • Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher (21 April 1828 – 31 December 1879) was a German ophthalmologist born in Wallau. He studied medicine at the Universities of Gießen, Heidelberg and Würzburg. He obtained his doctorate in 1849, and in 1851 traveled to Paris to study ophthalmology. In 1856 he founded an ophthalmology hospital in Wiesbaden, and was its director until his death in 1879. At Wiesbaden, he worked closely with his brother, Hermann Pagenstecher (1844–1932), who took control of the eye hospital following his death. Pagenstecher made several contributions in ophthalmology, and was internationally known for his treatment of glaucoma and cataracts. He is remembered for introducing a surgical practice known as intracapsular cataract extraction, and in 1862 he introduced yellow Präcipitatsalbe (precipitate salve) as an eye ointment. Pagenstecher died on 31 December 1879, from injuries sustained in a freak hunting accident. (en)
  • Friedrich Hermann Alexander Pagenstecher (* 21. April 1828 in Wallau; † 31. Dezember 1879 in Wiesbaden) war ein deutscher Augenarzt und Gründer der Augenheilanstalt in Wiesbaden. (de)
  • Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher è stato un oculista tedesco. (it)
  • Friedrich Herman Alexander Pagenstecher, född 21 april 1828 i , död 31 december 1879 i Wiesbaden, var en tysk oftalmolog. Pagenstrecker var verksam i Wiesbaden och gjorde sig mest känd för den efter honom benämnda gula ögonsalvan, kvicksilveroxidsalva. Salvan användes främst vid en del ögonsjukdomar dels på ögonlockens kanter och insida, dels på själva ögats yta. Dess verkan är dels antiseptisk, dels även i vissa fall lindrigt etsande. Han uppfann även en metod att vid starroperation extrahera linsen med dess kapsel. (sv)
  • Александр Пагенгштехер (Alexander Pagenstecher; 21 апреля 1828, Валлау — 31 декабря 1879, Висбаден) — германский медик, офтальмолог, , медицинский писатель, основатель офтальмологической клиники в Висбадене. (ru)
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  • Friedrich Hermann Alexander Pagenstecher (* 21. April 1828 in Wallau; † 31. Dezember 1879 in Wiesbaden) war ein deutscher Augenarzt und Gründer der Augenheilanstalt in Wiesbaden. (de)
  • Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher è stato un oculista tedesco. (it)
  • Friedrich Herman Alexander Pagenstecher, född 21 april 1828 i , död 31 december 1879 i Wiesbaden, var en tysk oftalmolog. Pagenstrecker var verksam i Wiesbaden och gjorde sig mest känd för den efter honom benämnda gula ögonsalvan, kvicksilveroxidsalva. Salvan användes främst vid en del ögonsjukdomar dels på ögonlockens kanter och insida, dels på själva ögats yta. Dess verkan är dels antiseptisk, dels även i vissa fall lindrigt etsande. Han uppfann även en metod att vid starroperation extrahera linsen med dess kapsel. (sv)
  • Александр Пагенгштехер (Alexander Pagenstecher; 21 апреля 1828, Валлау — 31 декабря 1879, Висбаден) — германский медик, офтальмолог, , медицинский писатель, основатель офтальмологической клиники в Висбадене. (ru)
  • Friedrich Alexander Hermann Pagenstecher (21 April 1828 – 31 December 1879) was a German ophthalmologist born in Wallau. He studied medicine at the Universities of Gießen, Heidelberg and Würzburg. He obtained his doctorate in 1849, and in 1851 traveled to Paris to study ophthalmology. In 1856 he founded an ophthalmology hospital in Wiesbaden, and was its director until his death in 1879. At Wiesbaden, he worked closely with his brother, Hermann Pagenstecher (1844–1932), who took control of the eye hospital following his death. (en)
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  • Alexander Pagenstecher (Mediziner, 1828) (de)
  • Alexander Pagenstecher (en)
  • Alexander Pagenstecher (oculista) (it)
  • Пагенштехер, Александр (ru)
  • Alexander Pagenstecher (sv)
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