Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 avril 1906 - 1re décembre 1996) était un médecin suédois de médecine interne, qui fut le premier à décrire la maladie qui porte aujourd’hui son nom : la macroglobulinémie de Waldenström ou maladie de Waldenström.↑ (en)« Biographie de J. Waldenström », sur Who Named It?

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  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 avril 1906 - 1re décembre 1996) était un médecin suédois de médecine interne, qui fut le premier à décrire la maladie qui porte aujourd’hui son nom : la macroglobulinémie de Waldenström ou maladie de Waldenström.
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (ur. 17 kwietnia 1906 w Sztokholmie, zm. 1 grudnia 1996) – szwedzki lekarz chorób wewnętrznych. Jako pierwszy opisał jednostkę chorobową nazwaną później na jego cześć makroglobulinemią Waldenströma.Jan Gösta Waldenström urodził sie w rodzinie z lekarskimi tradycjami: jego ojciec Johann Henning Waldenström (1877-1972) był profesorem chirurgii ortopedycznej w Sztokholmie, a dziadek Johan Anton Waldenström (1839-1879) profesorem medycyny wewnętrznej w Uppsali.Waldenström ukończył studia medyczne na Uniwersytecie w Uppsali, po czym studiował chemię organiczną u Hansa Fischera na Uniwersytecie Technicznym w Monachium. W 1941 został profesorem medycyny teoretycznej na Uniwersytecie w Uppsali i profesorem medycyny stosowanej na Uniwersytecie w Lund w 1944. Był szefem Wydziału Medycyny Szpitala w Malmö do przejścia na emeryturę w 1972.
  • Jan Gosta Waldenström (* 17. April 1906 in Stockholm; † 1. Dezember 1996 in Malmö) war ein schwedischer Internist.
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 April 1906-1 December 1996) was a Swedish doctor of internal medicine, who first described the disease which bears his name, Waldenström's macroglobulinemia.He was born in Stockholm, and arose from a medical family: his father, Johann Henning Waldenström (1877-1972) was a professor of orthopedic surgery in Stockholm, and his grandfather, Johan Anton Waldenström (1839-1879) was professor of internal medicine in Uppsala.Waldenström obtained his M.D. degree at the University of Uppsala, and studied organic chemistry with Hans Fischer at the Technical University of Munich. He was professor of theoretical medicine at the University of Uppsala in 1941, and became professor of practical medicine at the University of Lund in 1944. He was the head of the Department of Medicine at Malmö General Hospital until his retirement in 1972. Waldenström first described, in 1944, patients suffering from a disease that has subsequently been named for him, Waldenstrom's macroglobulinema, a "hyperviscosity syndrome" in which symptoms are caused by abnormal lymphocytes which prevent normal bone marrow function, causing anemia and hepatosplenomegaly, and which secrete large immunoglobulins, causing bleeding difficulties. Waldenström's other clinical investigations included studies on the various porphyrias, on the benign hypergammaglobulinemic purpura of Waldenström, on chonic active hepatitis, pulmonary hemosidersosis, on Bruton's hypogammaglobulinemia, paraneoplastic phenomena, and on carcinoid syndrome. He originated the concept of classification of gammopathies as "monoclonal gammopahies" vs. "polyclonal gammopathies" in 1961. He was a member of the National Academy of Science in the United States, the French Academy of Sciences, and was an honorary member of the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 de abril de 1906 - 1 de dezembro de 1996) foi um médico sueco, especialista em clínica médica, que primeiro descreveu a doença que leva seu nome, a Macroglobulinemia de Waldenström.== Referências ==
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  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 avril 1906 - 1re décembre 1996) était un médecin suédois de médecine interne, qui fut le premier à décrire la maladie qui porte aujourd’hui son nom : la macroglobulinémie de Waldenström ou maladie de Waldenström.↑ (en)« Biographie de J. Waldenström », sur Who Named It?
  • Jan Gosta Waldenström (* 17. April 1906 in Stockholm; † 1. Dezember 1996 in Malmö) war ein schwedischer Internist.
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 de abril de 1906 - 1 de dezembro de 1996) foi um médico sueco, especialista em clínica médica, que primeiro descreveu a doença que leva seu nome, a Macroglobulinemia de Waldenström.== Referências ==
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (17 April 1906-1 December 1996) was a Swedish doctor of internal medicine, who first described the disease which bears his name, Waldenström's macroglobulinemia.He was born in Stockholm, and arose from a medical family: his father, Johann Henning Waldenström (1877-1972) was a professor of orthopedic surgery in Stockholm, and his grandfather, Johan Anton Waldenström (1839-1879) was professor of internal medicine in Uppsala.Waldenström obtained his M.D.
  • Jan Gösta Waldenström (ur. 17 kwietnia 1906 w Sztokholmie, zm. 1 grudnia 1996) – szwedzki lekarz chorób wewnętrznych.
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