A Brief Study Related to Treatment of Sigmund Freud’S Maxillary Jawbone Cancer by Hans Pichler and Varaztad Kazanjian
Ackerman’s tumor is a rare histological form of carcinoma that is now recognized as a clinical and independent histopathological entity. It can grow at all membrane levels in the upper aerodigestive tract, but it is most common in oral cavities. From 1919 to his death, Sigmund Freud was treated for a maxillary jawbone cancer by two exceptional surgeons, the Austrian Hans Pichler and the American Varaztad Kazanjian. Fleeing the Nazi regime, he went into exile in England, where he died after numerous recurrences of the disease.
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National Academy of Dental Surgery, France and Médecine à Travers Les Siècles” [Medicine throughout centuries] Collection, L’Harmattan, France and Centre François Viète d’Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques (EA 1161), Université de Nantes, France.
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