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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (April 2010) Rudolf von Jaksch (July 16, 1855 – 1947) was an Austrian internist born in Prag-Weinberge (the Vinohrady District of Prague). He was the son of physician Anton von Jaksch (1810–1887). He studied medicine in Prague and Strassburg, earning his doctorate at Prague in 1878. Following graduation he remained in Prague as an assistant to pathologist Edwin Klebs (1834–1913). From 1879 to 1881 he worked with his father, and in 1881-82 was an assistant to Alfred Pribram (1841–1912). In 1882 he moved to Vienna, where he was assistant to Carl Nothnagel (1842–1905). The following year he received his habilitation in internal medicine. In 1887 he was appointed professor of pediatrics at the University of Graz, and later became a professor of internal medicine and director of the second internal clinic at Karl-Ferdinands Universität (German University) in Prague. Here he was instrumental in construction of a new and modern clinic that first opened in 1899. He was a prolific author, one of his better known works being Klinische Diagnostik innerer Krankheiten, which was published over several editions and later translated into English. His name is lent to "Jaksch's anemia", a chronic anemic disease that affects children under three years of age. References Rudolf von Jaksch @ Who Named It See also: Jaksch Persondata Name Jaksch, Rudolf Von Alternative names Short description Date of birth July 16, 1855 Place of birth Date of death 1947 Place of death