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Karl Adolph von Basedow

Carl Adolph von Basedow

Carl Adolph von Basedow (March 28, 1799 – April 11, 1854) was a German physician most famous for reporting the symptoms of what could later be dubbed Graves-Basedow disease, now technically known as exophthalmic goiter.

Biography

Basedow was born in Dessau. He graduated from Halle University. He subsequently began general practice in Merseburg in 1822. He married early and became the town's chief medical officer, a position he would hold for the rest of his life. In 1840, Basedow reported on the conditions of what is now called Graves-Basedow disease. He died in Merseburg in 1854 after contracting spotted fever from a corpse he was dissecting.

Medical work

Basedow has three Klinische Fragmente.

He died in Merseburg.

References

  • Karl Adolph von Basedow at WhoNamedIt.com
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