Volkmann


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Volk·mann

(fōlk'mahn),
Alfred W., German physiologist, 1800-1877. See: Volkmann canals.

Volk·mann

(fōlk'mahn),
Richard, German surgeon, 1830-1889. See: Volkmann cheilitis, Volkmann contracture, Volkmann spoon.
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Saurer is present with its machinery brands; Schlafhorst, Zinser, Allma, Volkmann, Saurer Embroidery and Components brands; Accotex, Daytex, Fibrevision, Temco, Texparts in Hall E1, booth F01.
Dehne T, Volkmann A, Schmeling D, Bosbach J (2016), 14th Indoor Air Conference, Ghent, Belgium, July 3-8
Among his friends and acquaintances were Adam Volkmann from Bohemia, various members of the Sandrart family, Walloon refugees who had settled in Frankfurt a generation earlier, and the Greiffenberg family from Austria, especially the poet Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg, with whom Birken corresponded frequently (see Briefwechsel Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg et al.
En su trabajo propone una base textual que no solo toma la KrV sino que estima necesario acudir a textos como las Lecciones de Teologia natural (Baumbach, Volkmann y Politz) y la KdU.
Stephen Volkmann, a New York-based analyst at Jefferies, told Bloomberg that the deal creates a competitive landscape with two matching global peers.
Volkmann J, Wolters A, Kupsch A, Muller J, Kuhn AA, Schneider GH, et al.
Volkmann suggested that making buttons with Anil's jersey number or favorite color would be a nice tribute, especially since Homecoming was right around the corner.
Their 21-17, 21-18 win over Germans Jennifer Karnott and Franziska Volkmann proved enough after Sophie Brown and Kate Robertshaw withdrew.
In 2005, Volkmann [4] confirmed the first conjecture for t = 3, unless D is a regular 4-partite tournament with two vertices in each partite set.
Composers include Samuel Scheidt, Purcell, Robert Lucas Pearsall, Jean Baptiste Eduard Du Puy, Louise Farrenc, Wagner, Henri Kling, Agathe Backer-Grandahl, Dvorak, Wilhelm Volkmann, Jules de Swert, Mussorgsky, Scriabin, Louis Delune, Karl Eduard Goepfart, Ravel, Berg, Emil Kronke, Satie, Josef Spary, Puccini, and Hendrik Willems.
Elizabeth Volkmann, a rheumatologist and clinical instructor at the University of California, Los Angeles, who presented the findings in an abstract session.
Acute compartment syndrome (ACS) was first described by Volkmann in 1881 (1).