Finsen, Niels Ryberg

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Niels Ryberg, Danish physician, 1860-1904, winner of the 1903 Nobel Prize for work related to disease treatment, particularly lupus vulgaris.
finsen - Synonym(s): finsen unit
Finsen bath - ultraviolet irradiation.
Finsen carbon arc light
Finsen lamp - carbon-arc lamp.
Finsen method - to treat by using concentrated ultraviolet rays. Synonym(s): Finsen therapy
Finsen retractor
Finsen therapy - Synonym(s): Finsen method
finsen unit - erythemal flux density of irradiation. Synonym(s): finsen
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Despite some minor flaws, such as incorrect page references to the present volume when the articles reprinted here are listed in its bibliography (despite correct page references in footnotes), and an erroneous indication in the bibliography that Vilhjalmur Finsen published a translation of the Skalholtsbok Gragas, this is an attractively presented book.
The discoveries of astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546-1601), the work of geologist, anatomist, and bishop Blessed Niels Steensen (1639-86-- beatified in 1988 by Pope John Paul II), and the contributions of Nobel laureates Niels Bohr (1885-1962) to atomic physics and Niels Finsen (1860-1904) to medical research indicate the range of Danish scientific achievement.
Drojdahl N, Fenger C, Nielsen HH, Owens T, Finsen B.
3) En 1903 se le otorgo el premio nobel de Medicina a Niels Ryberg Finsen por el uso de la fototerapia como manejo de la tuberculosis cutanea.
Professor Neils Finsen of the Caroline Institute in Copenhagen was given the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1903 for showing that sunlight could cure skin tuberculosis.
Niels Ryberg Finsen of Denmark for demonstrating the therapeutic benefit of concentrated UV light in patients with cutaneous tuberculosis, also known as lupus vulgaris, Dr.
2) In 1903, Danish physician Neils Finsen was awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for his research using UV radiation for the treatment of various diseases, including smallpox and lupus.
Finsen lights were installed in the London Hospital in Whitechapel in 1900, the gift of Queen Alexandra, the Danish wife of the lightbath-owning British monarch.
Finsen de Dinamarca, realizo en 1893 estudios minuciosos sobre la accion del espectro actinico.
Niels Finsen received the 1903 Nobel Prize for developing an ultraviolet (UV) treatment for tuberculosis.
However, a part of the observed activity in both settings may be explained by neurophysiological coupling between the trapezius and the finger muscles (coactivity), which was previously found by Schnoz, Laubli, Weiss, and Krueger (1999), Schnoz, Laubli, and Krueger (2000), and Sogaard, Sjogaard, Finsen, Olsen, and Christensen (2001).