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MUNDE, Paul Fortunatus, physician, born in Dresden, Saxony, 7 September, 1846. He was brought by his parents to this country in 1849, and graduated in medicine at Harvard in 1866, after serving as acting medical cadet in the United States army in 1864. He then entered the Bavarian army as a volunteer assistant surgeon, and served through the war of 1866, after which he was an assistant in hospitals in Wurzburg. He was a battalion surgeon of Bavarian troops in the Franco-German war, took the degree of master in obstetrics at Vienna university in December, 1871, and in October 1872 returned to New York, where he has since practised, making a specialty of gynecology. For several years after 1880 he was professor of that branch at Dartmouth, and he now (1888) holds the same chair in the New York Polyclinic. Dr. Munde has been connected with various hospitals, and is a member of many medical societies in this country and Europe. He has invented numerous instruments connected with the practice of his specialty. Since 1873 he has edited the "American Journal of Obstetrics," and besides more than fifty contributions to current medical literature, in English and German, he has published" Obstetric Palpation " (New York, 1880), and "Minor Surgical Gynecology" (1880; 2d ed., revised and enlarged, 1885).
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