Dr. Max Einhorn, Noted Medical Authority, Dies in New York

Dr. Max Einhorn, retired gastroenterologist, inventor of surgical instruments, author of several medical works and developer of a generally used method of treating non-operative ulcers, died here this week-end at the age of 91.

Born in Grodno, Poland, he studied in Latvia, Germany and Russia before coming to this country in 1884. He held a number of honorary degrees including one from the University of Tokyo and was a respected member of several medical associations in this country. He also served on a number of hospital staffs and donated the Max and Flora Einhorn building and auditorium to Lenox Hill Hospital, where he had been a consulting physician.

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