Heinrich, German physician, 1846-1910. See: Curschmann spirals.
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After the generally warm temperatures of the MCA declined into the fourteenth century, two major mortality crises--the Great Famine and the Black Death--affected the populations of Germany and Austria (Curschmann 1970; Jordan 1996; Lima 2014; Scott 2005).
Michael Curschmann's article, "Integrating Anselm: Pictures and Liturgy in a Twelfth-Century Manuscript of the Orationes sive Meditationes", examines the notation and illustrations for a text by Anselm of Canterbury.
The ladies category saw the number one seeded team of Anita Kinder/Simone von Wietersheim face Teja Luck/ Karin Curschmann and prevail.
Periodic acid-schiff (PAS) staining best highlights the intrabronchial mucus plugs in their characteristic forms known as Curschmann spirals, which can occlude the airspaces totally and are heterogenous mixtures of mucins, plasma exudates, and inflammatory cells that are primarily eosinophils.
Stupp, R., Mason, W.P., van den Bent, M.J., Weller, M., Fisher, B., Taphoorn, MJ., Belanger, K., Brandes, A.A., Marosi, C., Bogdabn, U., Curschmann, J., janzer, R.C..
(2.) Ozsahin M, Tsang RW, Poortmans P, Belkacemi Y, Bolla M, Oner Dincbas F, Landmann C, Castelain B, Buijsen J, Curschmann J, Kadish SP, Kowalczyk A, Anacak Y, Hammer J, Nguyen TD, Studer G, Cooper R, Sengoz M, Scandolaro L, Zouhair A.
[33.] Stupp R, Mason WP, van den Bent MJ, Weller M, Fisher B, Taphoorn MJ, Belanger K, Brandes AA, Marosi C, Bogdahn U, Curschmann J, Janzer RC, Ludwin SK, Gorlia T, Allgeier A, Lacombe D, Cairncross JG, Eisenhauer E, Mirimanoff RO.
Also includes selections from Rossini's Stabat Mater and pieces by Cherubini, Karl Friedrich Curschmann, Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi, and others.
- EVANS, Michael - BISCHOFF, Christine - CURSCHMANN, Michael (edd.), Herrad von Hohenbourg, Hortus deliciarum.
Representative of the former view, Michael Curschmann disregards any connection with actual history, considering the text "Dichtung uber Heldendichtung" in which the division of Europe develops a construction immanent to the epic tradition, a "Rivalitat der Sagenkreise" and "klare Polaritat nordwestlicher und sudostlicher Sagenwelten" that first appears in the Nibelungenlied, and is to be considered derivative thereof.
"The Mirror and the Woman: Instruction for Religious Women and the Emergence of Vernacular Poetics, 1120-1250." Princeton, 1997 (Michael Curschmann).