research product . 2015

Dr Avram Jozef Vinaver (1862-1915): Pioneer of radiology in Serbia

Babić Rade Radomir; Stanković-Babić Gordana;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Publisher: Medicinski pregled
  • Country: Serbia
Abstract
Introduction. Dr Abraham Joseph Vinaver (1862-1915), a Jew from Poland, was a pioneer of radiology in Serbia. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in Warsaw (1887), but lived and worked in Šabac (the Kingdom of Serbia) since 1890. Dr Abraham Joseph Vinarev - Career Development. He procured the first X-ray machine and developed radiological service in Šabac five years after the discovery of X-rays. These were the beginnings of radiology in Serbia. He introduced the application of artesian wells. Dr Abraham Joseph Vinarev - a Participant at the First Congress of Serbian Physicians and Naturalists, Belgrade 1904. “The diagnostic importance of X-rays in lung di...
Subjects
free text keywords: Famous Persons [History of Medicine], History, 19th Century, History, 20th Century, Radiology, Radiotherapy, X-Rays, Water Wells, Serbia
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