Dr. Bochroch, Prominent Neurologist, Dies
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Dr. Bochroch, Prominent Neurologist, Dies

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Dr. Max Henley Bochroch, widely known neurologist and Professor of Psychiatry at the Temple University School of Medicine, died here today after an illness of several months in his seventy-second year.

Dr. Bochroch, who appeared as an alienist in many prominent court trials, was a member of the staffs of a number of leading hospitals.

He was born in Wilmington, Delaware, March 7, 1861, the son of Josiah and Lisette Bochroch. He was educated in the public schools of this city and graduated from Jefferson Medical College in 1880. He was a contributor to various medical journals.

His widow, a daughter and a sister survive.

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