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Goldscheider, Alfred, 1858-1935


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    • Goldscheider, A. (Alfred), 1858-1935
    • Goldscheider, Johannes Karl Eugen Alfred, 1858-1935
    • Goldscheider, Johann Karl Eugen Alfred, 1858-1935
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18580804
    • Death Date

        19350410
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universit├Ąt Berlin
    • Birth Place

        Lubsko, Poland
    • Gender

        male
    • Occupation

        Neurologist
          Internist
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      • Sources

        • found: Handbuch der physikalischen therapie, 1901:title page (Dr. A. Goldscheider, a.o. Prof. in Berlin)
        • found: Wikipeida, via WWW, January 9, 2012(Alfred Goldscheider; German neurologist; born Johannes Karl Eugen Alfred Goldscheider on August 4, 1858 in Sommerfeld (today Lubsko, Poland); studied medicine at Friedrich-Wilhelm Medical-Surgical Institute in Berlin, and subsequently spent the next seven years as a military physician; during this time he was also an assistant to physiologist Emil du Bois-Reymond; later he became a professor at the University of Berlin; best-known for his work with the somatosensory system, particularly research of the body's thermoreceptors concerning its localized coolness and warmness spots; he also performed research of localized tactile skin sensitivity, including tests involving pain and tickle sensation; the eponymous terms Goldscheider's test and Goldscheider's percussion are derived from his research; performed studies on the structure of nerve cells and their changes under different stimuli; he is also credited with describing the skin disorder, epidermolysis bullosa, which is sometimes referred to as Goldscheider's disease; died April 10, 1935)
        • found: Deutsche National Bibliothek, January 9, 2012(Goldscheider, Alfred; male; 1858-1935; doctor, internist; other names: Goldscheider, Johannes Karl August Eugen Alfred ; Goldscheider, Johann Karl August Eugen Alfred ; Goldscheider, Johannes K. ; Goldscheider, A.)
        • found: VIAF, January 9, 2011(hdg: Goldscheider, Alfred, 1858-1935)
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        • 2012-01-10: new
        • 2012-01-12: revised
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