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Thiersch

(tērsh),
Karl, German surgeon, 1822-1895. See: Thiersch graft, Thiersch canaliculi, Ollier-Thiersch graft.
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Thiersch (1997) citou que por meio da compreensao da distribuicao diametrica das arvores que compoem um povoamento florestal, e possivel identificar seu potencial de uso presente ou futuro.
Geostatistics can be used to represent the spatial distributions of environmental factors and examine the ecological aspects of recovery and these tools have been used by numerous researchers to examine the spatial dependence of forest components (Rufino, Thiersch, Ferreira, Kanegae-Junior, & Fais, 2006; Amaral, Ferreira, Watzlawick, & Genu, 2010; Neves, Lemos, Gonzales, Vieira, & Siqueira, 2010; Amaral, Ferreira, Lisboa, Longhi, & Watzlawick, 2013a).
As research and science progressed Carl Thiersch perfected the art of grafting in 1886 when he described split thickness skin graft12.
The Thiersch Duplay technique (35) and the glanular approximation procedure (GAP) procedure (36) involve simple tubularization of the UP after lateral incisions circumscribing the meatus.
They were adjusted in order to estimate stocks in volume and biomass of the trees, as suggested by Scolforo and Thiersch (2004).
Contract notice: Wilhelm Gymnasium thiersch street , general repair and extend ; Floor covering work
in the Sushruta Samhita for correcting cutaneous defects, the Nasolabial Flap was used in 1868 by Thiersch for palatal intraoral reconstruction.
Particular attention is paid to the connections between social pedagogy and critical social theory, in the tradition inaugurated by Klaus Mollenhauer and Hans Thiersch in the 1970s that proposed an anti-colonizing and lifeworld orientation to social pedagogy (Thiersch & Grunwald, 2009).
When choreographer Stephanie Thiersch joins with the Asasello Quartet, dancers and musicians share the stage as protagonists in a rendition of Beethoven's "Grosse Fuge" complete with electronic sounds.
In 1874, in Leipzig Carl Thiersch applied the free, thin, lobar skin grafts to cover the large area of burns [1].