Gullstrand

Gull·strand

(gŭl′strănd′), Allvar 1862-1930.
Swedish ophthalmologist. He won a 1911 Nobel Prize for his study of the dioptrics of the human eye.
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(11.) Ernstgard L, Gullstrand E, Lof A, Johanson G.
Gullstrand et al., "Neutrophil extracellular traps that are not degraded in systemic lupus erythematosus activate complement exacerbating the disease," Journal of Immunology, vol.
The Gullstrand standard eye model is used to determine the relation of UM unit as 1 [micro]m; however, for nonemmetropic eyes, the corrective values have not been specified.
Gullstrand et al., "Platelet-derived S100A8/A9 and cardiovascular disease in systemic lupus erythematosus," Arthritis & Rheumatology, vol.
The thickness of cornea was first reported in ancient textbooks on physiological optics (Helmholtz and Gullstrand. Pachymetry is a medical device used to measure the thickness of the cornea.
Gullstrand, "Neue methoden der reflexlosen ophthalmoskopie," Berichte Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft, vol.
(15.) Lood C, Eriksson S, Gullstrand B, Jonsen A, Sturfelt G, Truedsson L, Bengtsson AA.
[31.] Rosdahl H, Gullstrand L, Salier-Eriksson J, Johansson P, Schantz P.
That has been confirmed by many studies (Damijan, Polanec, and Prasnikar 2004; Eaton, Kortum, and Kramarz 2011; Greenaway, Gullstrand, and Kneller 2008; Lawless 2009; Muuls and Pisu 2009; Sheard 2011).