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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ECLAC, Moguillansky, G, Bielschowsky, R and Pini, C.
Estos organismos, situados en Santiago de Chile, estimularon los estudios economicos y sociales de la region y, con el tiempo, se convirtieron en relevantes actores de la politica regional al alentar la ideologia desarrollista bajo un espiritu democratico (Rodriguez, 1988; Bielschowsky, 1998; Di Filippo, 2007).
The new economic ideas are those put forward by a plurality of authors, among which are Joseph Stiglitz, Dani Rodrik, Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Ha-Joon Chang, Alice Amsden, Fernando Leiva, and ECLAC economists such as Ricardo Bielschowsky.
Anormal bas pozisyonu varligi, cift gorme, eslik eden horizontal kayma ve Bielschowsky bas egme testi sonuclari kaydedildi.
Typical neuropathologic findings are Pick bodies, which are neuronal cytoplasmic inclusions that stain slightly basophilic on routine hematoxylin-eosin staining and are strongly argyrophilic after Bielschowsky or Bodian silver staining but do not stain with Gallyas silver stain.
Segun afirma Bielschowsky (1998), aquel texto constituia una reaccion teorica a la tesis de que en el continente se estaba constituyendo una burguesia nacionalista comprometida con el desarrollo, lo cual justificaba una alianza de clase con los trabajadores.
After List, Raul Prebisch presented protectionism as a mechanism of development directed towards the periphery of the capitalist system (as cited in Bielschowsky, 2000).
org/books/comm23-1; Georg Bielschowsky, Business Fluctuations and Public Works, 44 Q.