Johann Hermann Baas
Baas was born in Bechtheim, in Rhenish Hesse, and studied medicine at the University of Giessen. He graduated in 1860, and practiced medicine and ophthalmology in various towns of Rhenish Hesse. He undertook research into a number of areas of medicine, including hearing, but became best known for his influential histories of medicine. He died in Worms in 1909.
- Grundriss der Geschichte der Medizin und des heilenden Standes, 1876
- Die geschichtliche Entwicklung des ärztlichen Stands und der medizinischen Wissenschaften, 1896
- Johann Hermann Baas, Henry Ebenezer Handerson (1889). Outlines of the History of Medicine and the Medical Profession. J.H. Vail., 1889 translation by Henry Ebenezer Handerson of the Grundriss, at Google Books
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