Jacob Churg

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Jacob Churg, born 16 July 1910 Daŭhinava, Belarus, died 27 July 2005 NYC, was a Russian-born American pathologist. Churg, together with Lotte Strauss, has given his name to the Churg–Strauss syndrome.[1][2]

Works[edit]

  • Influence of Gonadotropic Hormone upon Complement in Rabbit’s Blood. Diss. med. 1936
  • Allergic Granulomatosis, Allergic Angiitis, and Periarteritis nodosa (mit L. Strauss). Am J Pathol 27 (1951) 277
  • Structural Basis of Renal Disease. 1968
  • Nephrology. 1979

Literature[edit]

  • Eberhard J. Wormer: Angiologie - Phlebologie. Syndrome und ihre Schöpfer. München 1991, S. 23–30, VI–VII
  • E. Grishman, T. Faraggiana, V. S. Venkataseshan: The Jacob Churg Festschrift. Introduction. Am J Kidney Dis 10 (1987) 155
  • J. A. A. Hunter, Karl Holubar: Dr. Jacob Churg. Am J Dermatopathol 8 (1986) 358
  • American Men and Women in Science 2 (1986) 230
  • Who’s Who in America. 42nd ed. 1 (1982–1983) 583

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References[edit]

  1. ^ www.whonamedit.com
  2. ^ www.mssm.edu