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Heinrich Curschmann (June 28, 1846 – May 6, 1910) was a German internist who was a native of Giessen. From 1863 to 1868 he studied medicine at the University of Giessen, and afterwards worked as an assistant physician at the Rochusspital in Mainz. In 1875, he received his habilitation for internal medicine at the University of Berlin, and from 1879 to 1888 served as director at the state hospital in Hamburg. From 1888 to 1910 he was a professor of internal medicine at the University of Leipzig, serving as academic rector in 1906/07.

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  • Heinrich Curschmann (June 28, 1846 – May 6, 1910) was a German internist who was a native of Giessen. From 1863 to 1868 he studied medicine at the University of Giessen, and afterwards worked as an assistant physician at the Rochusspital in Mainz. In 1875, he received his habilitation for internal medicine at the University of Berlin, and from 1879 to 1888 served as director at the state hospital in Hamburg. From 1888 to 1910 he was a professor of internal medicine at the University of Leipzig, serving as academic rector in 1906/07. Curschmann is remembered for the 1894 publication of "Klinische Abbildungen" (Clinical Illustrations), a collection of photos involving changes to the outer human form caused by internal disease. "Klinische Abbildungen" is considered to be a major pioneer work in medical photography. His treatise "Der Unterleibstyphus and Das Fleckenfieber", was later translated into English and published as "Typhoid fever and typhus fever" (1901). Curschmann's name is lent to a number of eponymous medical terms, including "Curschmann's disease", also known as hyaloserositis of the liver; "Curschmann's cannula", a medical instrument; and "Curschmann's spirals", described as coiled mucinous fibrils sometimes found in the sputum in bronchial asthma. (en)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (ur. 28 czerwca 1846 w Gießen, zm. 6 maja 1910) – niemiecki lekarz, internista. Do 1888 roku pracował w szpitalach w Berlinie i Hamburgu. Następnie otrzymał katedrę na Uniwersytecie w Lipsku. Curschmann jest pamiętany m.in. za wydany w 1894 roku atlas fotografii medycznych "Klinische Abbildungen", będący jednym z pierwszych tego typu wydawnictw. Upamiętnia go też kilka eponimów medycznych, takich jak trokar Curschmanna czy wężownice Curschmanna (obecne w plwocinie chorych z astmą spiralnie skręcone pasma złuszczonego nabłonka). Zmarł 6 maja 1910. Jego synami byli geograf i lekarz Hans Curschmann. (pl)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (Gießen, 28 de junho de 1846 — Leipzig, 6 de maio de 1910) foi um médico clínico alemão. Antes de 1888 Curschmann trabalhou em hospitais em Berlim e Hamburgo, quando tornou-se então professor da Universidade de Leipzig. Curschmann é lembrado pela sua produção de 1894 do Klinische Abbildungen (Ilustrações Clínicas), considerado um grande trabalho pioneiro em . É uma coleção de fotos envolvendo mudanças da forma humana exterior causadas por doenças internas. O nome de Curschmann é usado como epônimo de diversos termos médicos, incluindo a "doença de Curschmann", também conhecida como de fígado; de Curschmann, um instrumento médico; e as , que são fibrilas mucosas enroladas encontradas algumas vezes no sputum em asma. (pt)
  • Heinrich Curschmann, född 28 juni 1846 i Giessen, död 6 maj 1910 i Leipzig, var en tysk läkare. Han var far till Fritz Curschmann. Curschmann blev medicine doktor i Giessen 1868 och docent i invärtes medicin i Berlin 1875. Han utnämndes 1879 till överläkare vid allmänna sjukhuset i Hamburg och kallades 1888 till professor i invärtes medicin i Leipzig. Curschmann författade ett stort antal avhandlingar i olika tidskrifter samt bearbetade dessutom i Hugo von Ziemssens "Handbuch" Die Pocken och Die functionellen Störungen der männlichen Genitalien liksom i Hermann Nothnagels "Handbuch" Der Unterleibstyphus (1898). År 1893 utgav han Arbeiten aus der medicinischen Klinik zu Leipzig. (sv)
  • Генрих Куршманн (нем. Heinrich Curschmann) — немецкий медик. Родился 28 июня 1846 года. С 1888 профессор патологии и терапии в Лейпциге, был своё время авторитетом по больничному делу. Написал: «Mitteilungen über das neue Allgemeine Krankenhaus zu Hamburg-Eppendorf» (с Deneke, Брауншвейг, 1889). «Entwickelung der Krankenpflege und des Klinischen Unterrichts» (Лпц., 1889) и др. С 1886—1892 он был одним из издателей «Fortschritte der Medizin» и с 1893 стал издавать ежегодник: «Aus der medizinischen Klinik zu Leipzig». Умер 6 мая 1910 года. (ru)
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  • Генрих Куршманн (нем. Heinrich Curschmann) — немецкий медик. Родился 28 июня 1846 года. С 1888 профессор патологии и терапии в Лейпциге, был своё время авторитетом по больничному делу. Написал: «Mitteilungen über das neue Allgemeine Krankenhaus zu Hamburg-Eppendorf» (с Deneke, Брауншвейг, 1889). «Entwickelung der Krankenpflege und des Klinischen Unterrichts» (Лпц., 1889) и др. С 1886—1892 он был одним из издателей «Fortschritte der Medizin» и с 1893 стал издавать ежегодник: «Aus der medizinischen Klinik zu Leipzig». Умер 6 мая 1910 года. (ru)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (June 28, 1846 – May 6, 1910) was a German internist who was a native of Giessen. From 1863 to 1868 he studied medicine at the University of Giessen, and afterwards worked as an assistant physician at the Rochusspital in Mainz. In 1875, he received his habilitation for internal medicine at the University of Berlin, and from 1879 to 1888 served as director at the state hospital in Hamburg. From 1888 to 1910 he was a professor of internal medicine at the University of Leipzig, serving as academic rector in 1906/07. (en)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (ur. 28 czerwca 1846 w Gießen, zm. 6 maja 1910) – niemiecki lekarz, internista. Do 1888 roku pracował w szpitalach w Berlinie i Hamburgu. Następnie otrzymał katedrę na Uniwersytecie w Lipsku. Curschmann jest pamiętany m.in. za wydany w 1894 roku atlas fotografii medycznych "Klinische Abbildungen", będący jednym z pierwszych tego typu wydawnictw. Upamiętnia go też kilka eponimów medycznych, takich jak trokar Curschmanna czy wężownice Curschmanna (obecne w plwocinie chorych z astmą spiralnie skręcone pasma złuszczonego nabłonka). Zmarł 6 maja 1910. (pl)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (Gießen, 28 de junho de 1846 — Leipzig, 6 de maio de 1910) foi um médico clínico alemão. Antes de 1888 Curschmann trabalhou em hospitais em Berlim e Hamburgo, quando tornou-se então professor da Universidade de Leipzig. Curschmann é lembrado pela sua produção de 1894 do Klinische Abbildungen (Ilustrações Clínicas), considerado um grande trabalho pioneiro em . É uma coleção de fotos envolvendo mudanças da forma humana exterior causadas por doenças internas. (pt)
  • Heinrich Curschmann, född 28 juni 1846 i Giessen, död 6 maj 1910 i Leipzig, var en tysk läkare. Han var far till Fritz Curschmann. Curschmann blev medicine doktor i Giessen 1868 och docent i invärtes medicin i Berlin 1875. Han utnämndes 1879 till överläkare vid allmänna sjukhuset i Hamburg och kallades 1888 till professor i invärtes medicin i Leipzig. (sv)
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  • Heinrich Curschmann (de)
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  • Heinrich Curschmann (pl)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (pt)
  • Куршманн, Генрих (ru)
  • Heinrich Curschmann (sv)
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