The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1909
Physician, Surgeon. Award: “Thyroid physiology, pathology, surgery.” Lister’s principles. Relatively bloodless surgical field. “Kocher incision”. Recurrent laryngeal nerve damage: hoarseness; tetany,
hypoparathyroidism. Myxedema: thyroid transplantation, tissue extracts injection, oral therapy.
Brain: damage, increased intra-cranial pressure, trepanation. Abdominal surgery. “Kocher mobilization”. Orthopedics: hereditary malformations, fracture. Hernia. Incision selection. Epilepsy. Osteomyelitis. Statistics.
Find in a library near you. In OCLC Worldcat website search box, copy and paste name of laureate. Click. In list of books, click book of interest to you. Computer probably uses a 5-digit zip code of your physical location. Scroll down to libraries near you which possess book. Possibly more than one person with same name. Most material in German.
Name: Emil Theodor Kocher Physician
Birth: 25 August 1841, Berne, Switzerland
Death: 27 July 1917, Berne, Switzerland
Residence: Berne University, Berne, Switzerland
Award: "for his work on the physiology, pathology and surgery of the thyroid gland."
Portion of Cash: 1/1
Education: Doctorate, 1865.
Surgery teachers: Demme, Lucke, Billroth, Langenbeck.
Nobel Cash & Philanthropy