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26.05.2020 | original article

Erythrasma in athletes and football players

Erythrasma is a common superficial skin infection that most commonly affects the skin folds and presents with red-brown, flaky patches that are sharply demarcated. The term comes from Greek and means “red spot.” Erythrasma is caused by …

26.05.2020 | addendum

Addendum to: Mutual influences in the development of pathology and medicine in Austria and Turkey

26.05.2020 | main topic

Exchanges and interactions between Padua and Vienna medical schools in the XIX century

It is well known that Padua Medical School, Italy, played a fundamental role in shaping modern medicine. Its golden age lasted from the late XV to the late XVIII century, thanks in particular to its extraordinary anatomical school. One of the last …

26.05.2020 | obituary

In memory of Professor Dr. Béla Szende (1936–2019)

20.05.2020 | originalarbeit Open Access

Adolf Lorenz und sein Mentor Eduard Albert

Am Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts ermöglichte die Reichshauptstadt der k.k. Donaumonarchie, Wien, die Begegnung zweier bedeutender Persönlichkeiten der Medizingeschichte: des Chirurgen Eduard Albert (1841–1900) und dessen Schüler Adolf Lorenz …

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