The author compared the latin version with the german version and she found out, that there were very many differences between both versions. She worked with original sources only. Dorothea Christiana Erxleben lived from 1715 to 1762. She was the first female german certified doctor. From her childhood on, her father, Dr. Christian Leporin, taught her and her brother about the healing arts. However, in order to be a certified doctor, she had to study medicine. At that time, universities in Germany did not admit women. As a young girl she defended herself against biases with her first published writing "Gründliche Untersuchung der Ursachen, die das weibliche Geschlecht vom Studieren abhalten", from 1742. In 1741 she also went to the Prussian King Friedrich der Große, asking for a permission to study at the university in Halle. She couldn`t make use of her royal approval right away because her cousin died. She got married to the husband of her cousin, deacon Johann Christian Erxleben with his four little children in the age from one to seven. She also got five children. Despite her new household she expanded her knowledge in the medical field through her studies, medical practicums and medical help, causing envy among her older colleagues. In order to counter her colleagues`jealosy in Quedlinburg, she decided to take her graduation after the birth of her fourth child. In 1754 Dorothea Erxleben successfully passed her exams at the university of Halle. She was 39 jears old. One year later she wrote the german version. The next femal graduation in Germany was in 1901 at the university in Halle.