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Examples of "theodor_billroth"
They are named for Theodor Billroth, Austrian surgeon.
The Billrothhaus is the headquarters of the Gesellschaft der Ärzte in Wien (College of Physicians in Vienna). It was named after Theodor Billroth, an Austrian physician and former president of the society, Theodor Billroth.
The first successful gastrectomy was performed by Theodor Billroth in 1881 for cancer of the stomach.
The operation is most closely associated with Theodor Billroth, but was first described by Polish surgeon Ludwik Rydygier.
Christian Albert Theodor Billroth (26 April 18296 February 1894) was a Prussian-born Austrian surgeon and amateur musician.
The society awards the Theodor-Billroth Medal for outstanding services to medicine, science or the College of Physicians.
The Theodor Billroth Operating painting by (1890?) shows the German surgeon Theodor Billroth operating in the auditorium of Vienna General Hospital (Allgemeine Krankenhaus), significantly displaying all the participants wearing "white coats". The painting is exhibited in the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna, Austria.
The architect Ludwig Richter was awarded the commission and two years later, on October 27, 1893, the building was officially opened by Theodor Billroth.
In 1873 Theodor Billroth made a total laryngectomy (in steps) and implanted an artificial voice box. A new development, using modern materials, took place in France by Debry.
After six months in this position he was sent to Europe for a year for further studies. He visited the main European centers of surgery and pathology, and met the pathologists Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen and Theodor Billroth.
Johannes Brahms's String Quartets Nos. 1 in C minor and 2 in A minor were completed in Tutzing, Bavaria, during the summer of 1873, and published together that autumn as Opus 51. They are dedicated to his friend Theodor Billroth.
Amongst others he was awarded the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, 1st class (2008), Hoechst Prize, the Anton von Eiselsberg Prize and the Dr. Theodor Billroth Prize twice.
The German Theodor Billroth (1829–1894) was an early user of antisepsis, and was the first to perform a resection of the esophagus, and various other operations. He has been called the "father of modern surgery".
In 1876 he earned his doctorate at the University of Vienna, and remained in Vienna as an assistant in the clinic of Heinrich von Bamberger (1822–1888). Soon afterwards, he became a surgical apprentice to Theodor Billroth (1829–1894), and from 1878 to 1881 worked as a secondary physician under Leopold Ritter von Dittel (1815–1898). In 1881 he became hospital director at "Landesklinikum Weinviertel" in Hollabrunn. He was a younger brother to Alexander von Winiwarter (1848–1917), who also spent part of his career working with Theodor Billroth.
St. Gilgen was first mentioned in documents in 1376. In 1863, shipping on Lake Wolfgang started and brought attention to the little village. The construction of the Salzkammergut-Lokalbahn in 1893 led to another increase in tourism. Rich Viennese, such as the surgeon Theodor Billroth, started to build summer residences there.
Warbasse graduated from the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1889. From 1889 to 1891 he interned at the Methodist Episcopal Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. Warbasse did postgraduate work under surgeon Franz König and pathologist Johannes Orth in Göttingen, Germany and in Vienna, Austria under Theodor Billroth. He established a private practice in 1892.
Gussenbauer was a native of Obervellach. He received his medical doctorate in 1867 from the University of Vienna, and after graduation worked as an assistant to Theodor Billroth. Later on, he served as professor at the universities of Liège (from 1875) and Prague (from 1878). In 1894 he returned to Vienna, where he succeeded Billroth as director of the second surgical university clinic.
The Academy is also a learned society, and its past members have included Christian Doppler, Theodor Billroth, Anton Eiselsberg, Otto Hittmair, Eduard Suess, Ludwig Boltzmann, Paul Kretschmer, Hans Horst Meyer, Roland Scholl, Julius von Schlosser and the Nobel Prize winners Julius Wagner-Jauregg, Victor Hess, Erwin Schrödinger and Konrad Lorenz.
Pitha was instrumental in acquiring a position for Theodor Billroth (1829–1894) at the medical faculty in Vienna, and with Billroth he published an important textbook on surgery called "Handbuch der allgemeinen und speciellen Chirurgie mit Einschluss der topographischen Anatomie, Operations- und Verbandlehre" (Textbook of General and Specialized Surgery with the Inclusion of Topographical Anatomy, Operations and Bandaging Skills).
He studied medicine at the Universities of Zürich, Prague, Vienna and Berlin, obtaining his medical doctorate in 1864. As a student he had as instructors: neurologist Wilhelm Griesinger (1817–1868), surgeon Theodor Billroth (1829–1894) and internist Michael Anton Biermer (1827–1892).