Danielssen

Dan·iels·sen

(dahn'yĕl-sĕn),
Daniel C., Norwegian physician, 1815-1894. See: Danielssen disease, Danielssen-Boeck disease.
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INTRODUCTION: Crusted scabies was first described among lepers in Norway in 1848 by Boeck and Danielssen.
After extensive studies dating back to the mid-19th century, Danielssen and Boeck had argued that leprosy was not just a dermatological disease but also affected the internal organs.
Particularly the followers of the heredity theory, including Daniel Danielssen, his mentor manager, and father-in-law, initially criticised him.
Subsequently Hansen received the support of Danielssen and Rudolf Virchow, who wanted to establish Norway as the country of the most famous leprosy researchers, and brought Hansen wide acknowledgement.
Kraby said police want to talk to Kristoffer Danielssen, a Swedish manho boasted on Facebook of being 'co-director' of Breivik Geofarm,here the killer made his 500 kilogram bomb.
El jefe de Hansen, Daniel Cornelius Danielssen, habia convertido a Leyden en un centro para la investigacion de la lepra.
Evolucion de la clasificacion clinica de la lepra Epoca (Referencia) Clasificacion Siglo XVI (1,40) Lepra negra Lepra blanca Pierre Louis Alphee Cazenave, Fimatoide Hopital Saint-Louis de Paris Afimatoide (21) Danielssen y Boeck, Noruega Elefantiasis anestesica o (12) hiperestesica Hansen y Looft, Noruega 1881 Tuberosa (1,12) Maculo-anestesica Neisser 1881 (1) Tuberosa Cutanea Nervorum Virchow (1,4,22) Lepra cutanea E.
Terebellides stroemii Sars, 1835 Vermiliopsis infundibulum Philippi, 1844 Ascidiacea/Species Ciona intestinalis Linnaeus, 1758 Molgula manhattensis De Kay, 1843 Sipuncula/Species Onchnesoma steenstrupi Koren & Danielssen, 1875 Sipuncula sp1.
Abyssal aggregations of Kolga hyalina Danielssen and Koren (Echinodermata: Holothurioidea) in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean: a preliminary report.
Neomenia sarsii Koren and Danielssen, 1877; Proneomenia sarsii (Kor.
3 mm, Odhner [1921]; 70 mm by 3 mm, Koren & Danielssen [1877; trans.