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Heinrich Quincke (1842 –1922) was a German surgeon and internal medicine specialist. His principal contribution to internal medicine was the performance and introduction of the lumbar puncture. He illustrated this triad in the year 1870 in patients with rupture hepatic artery aneurysms who presented with hemobilia.
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