Wilhelm, German ophthalmologist, 1853-1927. See: Uhthoff sign, Uhthoff symptom.
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Once or twice a day, the computer spots something so ominous or so important, in the view of the automated program, that it e-mails an alert to the World Health Organization and other GPHIN users, Peter Uhthoff, M.
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Wilhelm Uhthoff was born on 31 July 1853 in Klein Warin, Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (now Mecklenburg-Vorpommern).
The scientific work of Uhthoff covers almost all fields of ophthalmology.
Siemerling described as astonishing the assiduousness with which Uhthoff continued his clinical and pathologic-anatomical investigations as well as his extended medical work at the Clinic of Schoeller and his intensive teaching duties.
In 1961 G Ricklefs created the eponym of Uhthoff for the transient deterioration of symptoms or the new appearance of symptoms with increasing body temperature in patients with demyelinating diseases.
The Uhthoff phenomenon and the characteristic deterioration of multiple sclerosis symptoms by increased body temperature due to physical exercise may also be observed with triggering factors such as fever, hot meals, weather, menstruation, but also smoking and psychological stress.
In: Uhthoff HK, Stahl E (eds): Current Concepts of External Fixation of Fractures.
Transient fluctuations in symptoms that are related to increases in temperature are referred to as the Uhthoff phenomenon, named for the German physician who recognized its significance in 1889.
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