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Ferdinand Ritter von Hebra
Ferdinand Ritter von Hebra was an Austrian physician and dermatologist, b. September 7, 1816, in Brno, Moravia; d. August 5, 1880 in Vienna, Austria. He is known as the founder of the New Vienna School of Dermatology, an important group of physicians who set the basis for modern dermatology.
Additional recommended knowledge
Ferdinand von Hebra wrote one of the most influential books on dermatology of all times, the Atlas der Hautkrankeiten, with phenomenal illustrations by two of the leading medical illustrators of Austria, Anton Elfinger (1821-1864) and Carl Heitzmann (1836-1896).
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