Finckh

Finckh

(fink),
Johann, 20th-century German psychiatrist. See: Finckh test.
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Our image of the South has been shaped by painters," says Gerhard Finckh, director of the Von-der-Heydt Museum in the German city of Wuppertal.
Finckh (Faculty of Organic Agricultural Sciences, University of Kassel, Witzenhausen, Germany), Ariena H.
As discussed by Seinel and Finckh (2007), this system is geographically limited to more northern and central regions due to the high energy consumption that occurs with protracted transcritical operation.
Gabay C, Medinger-Sadowski C, Gascon D, Kolo F, Finckh A.
Despite this, 30% of RA patients fail to achieve clinical responses when treated with TNF-a inhibitors (Rubbert-Roth and Finckh, 2009).
Gerhard Finckh, director of the Von der Heydt-Museum in Wuppertal, western Germany, called for an inventory of the Gurlitt trove to be published online quickly so museums can find out whether their stolen works are among them.
Kyburz D, Gabay C, Michel BA, Finckh A, physicians of SCQM-RA.
Axel Finckh of University Hospital, Geneva, reported that tooth loss was associated with swollen joints in a group of healthy individuals at increased risk of developing RA.
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