Fleischl-Marxow, Ernst von#
b. Vienna, Aug. 5, 1846, d. Vienna, Oct. 22, 1891, physiologist, professor at the University of Vienna, prosector with C. von Rokitansky. After an occupational injury had to give up his career as pathologist. 1874 habilitation in physiology. His research concentrated especially on circulation disorders and on the physiology of nerves and muscles. Constructed apparatus to explore the action of muscles and nerves, invented the haemometer and adapted the capillary electrometer for physiological tests.
Edition: Gesammelte Abhandlungen,. by. O. F.-M., 1893.