Alois Epstein (1 January 1849 in Kamenice nad Lipou – 1918) was a Czech paediatrician of Jewish ancestry remembered for describing Epstein's pearls. He studied at the University of Prague, graduating M.D. in 1873. He worked as a physician in Prague, becoming privat-docent in paediatrics in 1880, and professor of paediatrics in 1884.
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