Probstein, J. G. (Jacob G.)

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Probstein, J. G. (Jacob G.)

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  • Probstein, J. G.
  • Probstein, Jacob G.,
  • Probstein, Jake

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1894-1993

History

Jacob G. Probstein was a former chief of surgery at Jewish Hospital who is best known as the last team doctor for the St. Louis Browns and the first team doctor for the St. Louis Blues. After he was hired by the Blues in 1967, Probstein became a hockey fan and was a fixture at Blues hockey games well into his 90s, missing no more than a dozen home games each season until the last two years of his life prior to his death in 1993. Probstein also helped found the Missouri Cancer Commission in 1962 and wrote a book on the treatment of pancreatitis.

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no2004069407

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Revised

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Creation December 16, 2019 11:21 AM

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  • English

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  • Latin

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  1. lcnaf no2004069407 (found: Pancreatitis; a clinical-pathologic correlation, c1959:t.p. (J.G. Probstein, M.D.)
    found: OCLC, July 21, 2004(hdg.: Probstein, Jacob G., 1894- ; usage: J.G. Probstein)
    )

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