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Finsen

Niels Ryberg . 1860--1904, Danish physician; founder of phototherapy: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1903
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The home side were allowed to get the ball forward far too easily and when striker Jeppe Hansen went past Van Dijk and picked out Finsen in the box, he slipped Bitton and drilled the ball past Craig Gordon.
The 1975 publishing of Animal Liberation by Peter Singer was followed by a surge of interest in animal rights, and the number of activists and organizations grew exponentially (Finsen & Finsen, 1994).
After observing that ultraviolet light killed bacteria, Niels Ryberg Finsen began employing UV rays to treat diseases in England in the 1890s, receiving the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine in 1903.
Finsen at Johannesburg, using Kodachrome film, and these pictures are readily available in Kuiper and Middlehurst's Planets and Satellites.
SHERWOOD The Finsen lamp, invented by physician Niels Ryberg Finsen, was an ultraviolet lamp which allowed flexible treatment in all seasons and its rays could be concentrated onto the most affected parts of a patient's body.
New research from BRIC, University of Copenhagen and the Finsen Laboratory, Rigshospitalet, has identified a protein complex that acts as a molecular switch turning on a self-regeneration program in the liver.
Niels Ryberg Finsen won the Nobel Prize for his work on the use of concentrated photo irradiation to cure lupus vulgaris, a cutaneous form of tuberculosis.
Finsen, "Inflammatory cytokines in experimental and human stroke," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, vol.
Beneath the operating theatre was a room devoted to the treatment of lupus (skin diseases) using Finsen lights.
Paris'teki kongrede Kopenhag'dan Niels Finsen lupus vulgaris sagaltiminda bakterisidal etkisi olan muthis bir yeni sagaltim secenegini sundu.
Finsen, Niels Bohr, Harald Bohr, Aage Bohr, August Krogh, Johan Ludvig William Valdemar Jensen, B0rge Jessen, K.