Karl Wittmaack: His life, temporal bone collection, and publications
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Karl Wittmaack (1876–1972) was professor for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology at the universities of Jena (1908–1925) and Hamburg (1926–1946). He contributed a lot of pioneer work to experimental pathology of the ear. He left a unique collection of serial sections of temporal bones from animals (55,000 slides) and man (102,000 slides). This paper gives some data on Wittmaack's life, his temporal bone collection and the unpublished list of his publications.
Key wordsWittmaack Ear pathology Temporal bone collection
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