Pappenheim


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Pap·pen·heim

(pahp'ĕn-hīm),
Artur, German physician, 1870-1916. See: Pappenheim stain, Unna-Pappenheim stain.
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It has been suggested that the greatest gift Breuer gave to his young friend was the description of his work with Bertha Pappenheim (1859-1936), a hysterical young woman whom he treated in 1880-1882 (Breger, 2009).
Salomo Pappenheim agrees: "I am, still today, not only in my language but also in my entire cultural being, and in my entire way of thinking, a German Jew.
In fact, the issue first arose in the treatment of Bertha Pappenheim, the famous "Anna O.
Pappenheim staining of a cytospin preparation of CSF revealed a mixed cell population (32% polymorphonuclear leukocytes, 61% lymphocytes, and 7% monocytes) with heterogeneous morphology of lymphocytes that did not suggest lymphomatous meningitis.
Wallner M, Blassnigg SM, Marisch K, Pappenheim MT, Mullner E, Molzer C, et al.
At Pappenheim Castle, we treat ourselves to a lengthy stop.
The Monk's Haggadah: A Fifteenth-Century Illuminated Codex from the Monastery of Tegernsee with a Prologue by Friar Erhard Von Pappenheim.
In hope of financing his various trips throughout Europe, he divorced his wife Lucie von Pappenheim in 1826 with the aim of making a more financially advantageous match in England.
21) "Dora's feminist power, paradoxically," Showalter observes, "is as a tragic literary figure" (333), an "unsuccessful" hysteric and--because--a failed feminist, or someone who didn't leave a record of feminist work, as did Pappenheim.
7) It appears that at various points along the way others appeared with the delegation; a report in the Sentinel, a Chicago Jewish newspaper, also included the names of four other members--Rabbi Israel Rappaport, Wolf Pappenheim, Nissan Jablonski and a Mr.
The famous case of Sigmund Freud, "Anna O", (Bertha Pappenheim 1859-1936), was immortalized many times in the literature.
The concept was born in 2003 when Carl Pappenheim printed the first design as a present for his mother.