|E. Littaur, M. D.|
|Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist
Littaur agreed to head the "Department of physical sexual ailments" on January 1, 1921 for one year. He resided at the Institute and lectured participants in the in-house study courses.
His was particularly interested in treating impotence by means of the so-called "Steinach rejuvenation operations". Von Reitzenstein, who later worked at the Institute, reported on the operations' "success": "On average, the cases proved to be good, with partly astonishing results observed in two cases."