Gullstrand

Gull·strand

(gŭl′strănd′), Allvar 1862-1930.
Swedish ophthalmologist. He won a 1911 Nobel Prize for his study of the dioptrics of the human eye.
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The thickness of cornea was first reported in ancient textbooks on physiological optics (Helmholtz and Gullstrand.
Lood C, Eriksson S, Gullstrand B, Jonsen A, Sturfelt G, Truedsson L, Bengtsson AA.
Rosdahl H, Gullstrand L, Salier-Eriksson J, Johansson P, Schantz P.
That has been confirmed by many studies (Damijan, Polanec, and Prasnikar 2004; Eaton, Kortum, and Kramarz 2011; Greenaway, Gullstrand, and Kneller 2008; Lawless 2009; Muuls and Pisu 2009; Sheard 2011).
Soon after Einstein published his gravitational field equations, Paul Painleve (143) and Alvar Gullstrand (144) demonstrated that the Schwarzschild metric that described an isolated gravitational field could be represented by a flat (Newton-Lorentz) space flowing radially inward towards matter at the Newtonian escape velocity (the Painleve-Gullstrand metric).
2] concentration (Cordain and Stager, 1988; Holmer and Gullstrand, 1980; Peyrebrune et al.
A doctor at San Raffaele Hospital, Milan, Italy, explores the imaging capabilities of schematic eye models for evaluating the spread function formed on the retina for variable pupil sizes, taking into account diffraction and ocular aberrations, and proposes a chromatic aspherical Gullstrand exact (CAGE) eye model for charactering image formation in human eyes.
The ICC for the peak power during the Wingate test has been described before by Gullstrand and Larsson, (1999) (r = 0.
Walinder R, Ernsgard L, Gullstrand E, Johansson G, Norback D, Venge P, et al.