Guido, Austrian radiologist, 1872-1931. See: Holzknecht unit.
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Schoepf UJ, Holzknecht N, Helmberger TK, Crispin A, Hong C, Becker CR, Reiser MF.
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Holzknecht from Vienna who was one of the eminent radiologist of the world at that time.
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The most famous director was undoubtedly Antonin Dvorak (1901-1904), while the lawyer, pianist, musicologist and promoter Vaclav Holzknecht (1946-1970) was perhaps the most popular director in the modem era.
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The German co-pilot Thomas Holzknecht had to be airlifted to JVD physicians in Bahareya, and then to a Cairo hospital.
Holzknecht 1997; Wood 1998) or the establishment of fisheries or agricultural programs in rural areas (cf.
(26.) Schoepf UJ, Holzknecht N, Helmberger TK, et al.