Mikulicz

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Wertheim's Lord Mayor Stefan Mikulicz called the government of Baden-Wurttemberg to support the city in its efforts to host the refugees, expressing his utter shock towards the incident.
Described in 1880 by Mikulicz, an inferior meatal antrostomy was a commonly performed sinus procedure for maxillary sinus disease, (5,6) The rationale for performing this procedure was that dependent drainage of secretions would be expected.
This was thought to represent Mikulicz Syndrome, and preauricular lymph nodes removed at the time of biopsy were consistent with benign fibrotic nodes.
Ernst Ferdinand Sauerbruch, working for Professor Johannes von Mikulicz in the University Hospital in Breslau, designed a negative pressure chamber for operations on the thoracic cavity of animals in 1904 (10).
Janisch T, Preiser W, Berger A, Niedrig M, Mikulicz U, Thoma B, et al.
Fifty years before that, Mikulicz noted a correlation between cellular destruction in the lacrimal and salivary glands with cellular infiltrates.
In 1897, Jan Mikulicz, a Polish Austrian surgeon, was the first to use a surgical mask and also was a pioneer of using gloves during surgery.
The differential diagnosis of Kimura disease includes such entities as eosinophilic granuloma, Mikulicz disease, acute nonlymphocytic leukemia, Hodgkin disease, follicular lymphoma, angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy, and angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia.