Bielschowsky


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Bi·els·chow·sky

(bē'els-chov'skē),
Max, German neuropathologist, 1869-1940. See: Bielschowsky disease, Bielschowsky stain, Jansky-Bielschowsky disease.

Bi·els·chow·sky

(bē'els-chov'skē),
Alfred, German ophthalmologist, 1871-1940. See: Bielschowsky sign.
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Cepalista analyses and prescriptions fell on fertile ground after 1948 when the Commission was established (Bielschowsky 2016, 7-44).
In the Bielschowsky head tilt test, hypertropia increased when the head was tilted to the left.
Bielschowsky, "Exophorie und "Divergenzexzess"," Klin Monatsbl Augenheilkd, vol.
As Ricardo Bielschowsky (2000) has showed in detail, since the 1930s, as industrialization became a central concern to academic and the public debates in Brazil, "developmentalism" became a key concept in the controversies regarding the articulation between the public and the private sectors (7).
Axonal loss was estimated by Bielschowsky silver staining using the following 4-point scale: 0, no axonal loss; 1, a few foci of superficial axonal loss involving less than 25% of the tissues; 2, foci of deep axonal loss that encompassed over 25% of the tissue; and 3, diffused and widespread axonal loss [12, 20].