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Anton Ritter Jaksch von Wartenhorst (April 10, 1810 – September 2, 1887) was an Austrian physician born in Wartenberg am Rollberg, Bohemia. He was the father of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

He studied medicine at the University of Prague under Julius Vincenz von Krombholz, and at the University of Vienna, where he had as instructors Joseph Škoda, Jakob Kolletschka and Carl von Rokitansky. He earned his doctorate in 1835, afterwards working as an assistant at the second medical clinic in Prague.

From 1842 to 1846 he was a lecturer at the newly established Brustkranken-Abteilung in Prague, and in 1846 became director at the second medical clinic. In 1849 he was appointed rector of the university.

Selected publications

  • Abhandlung über das perforirende Magengeschwür in diagnostischer und therapeutischer Hinsicht, 1844
  • Ueber die spontane Heilung der Krankheiten der Herzklappen (On the Spontaneous Cure of Diseases of the Heart Valves)
  • Bericht über Duchenne's de Boulogne Faradisation localisée und Claude Bernard nach einem längeren Aufenthalte in Paris 1852 (Report on Duchenne de Boulogne's Localized Faradisation and Claude Bernard in Paris in 1852), 1860
  • Über Blutvergiftung durch Hautresorption (About Blood Poisoning through Skin Absorption), 1844
  • Einige Mitt. über die Wichtigkeit des Gesichts- und Tastsinnes bei Erforschung der Krankheiten der Respirationsorgane, 1847
  • Klinische Vorträge über die Lehre von der Syphilis innerer Organe (Clinical Lectures on the Doctrine of Syphilis of Internal Organs), 1864

References

  • Pagel: Biographical Dictionary (translated biography)
  • Parts of this article are based on a translation of an article on Anton von Jaksch from the German Wikipedia.

Anton Ritter Jaksch von Wartenhorst (April 10, 1810 – September 2, 1887) was an Austrian physician born in Wartenberg am Rollberg, Bohemia. He was the father of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

He studied medicine at the University of Prague under Julius Vincenz von Krombholz, and at the University of Vienna, where he had as instructors Joseph Škoda, Jakob Kolletschka and Carl von Rokitansky. He earned his doctorate in 1835, afterwards working as an assistant at the second medical clinic in Prague.

From 1842 to 1846 he was a lecturer at the newly established Brustkranken-Abteilung in Prague, and in 1846 became director at the second medical clinic. In 1849 he was appointed rector of the university.

Selected publications

  • Abhandlung über das perforirende Magengeschwür in diagnostischer und therapeutischer Hinsicht, 1844
  • Ueber die spontane Heilung der Krankheiten der Herzklappen (On the Spontaneous Cure of Diseases of the Heart Valves)
  • Bericht über Duchenne's de Boulogne Faradisation localisée und Claude Bernard nach einem längeren Aufenthalte in Paris 1852 (Report on Duchenne de Boulogne's Localized Faradisation and Claude Bernard in Paris in 1852), 1860
  • Über Blutvergiftung durch Hautresorption (About Blood Poisoning through Skin Absorption), 1844
  • Einige Mitt. über die Wichtigkeit des Gesichts- und Tastsinnes bei Erforschung der Krankheiten der Respirationsorgane, 1847
  • Klinische Vorträge über die Lehre von der Syphilis innerer Organe (Clinical Lectures on the Doctrine of Syphilis of Internal Organs), 1864

References

  • Pagel: Biographical Dictionary (translated biography)
  • Parts of this article are based on a translation of an article on Anton von Jaksch from the German Wikipedia.
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