2 edition of Alfred Blaschko (1858-1922) and the problem of sexually transmitted diseases in imperial and Weimar Germany found in the catalog.
Alfred Blaschko (1858-1922) and the problem of sexually transmitted diseases in imperial and Weimar Germany
by University of Oxford, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine in Oxford
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul Weindling with Ursula Slevogt.|
|Contributions||Slevogt, Ursula., University of Oxford. Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
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Blaschko, Alfred. & Pappritz, Anna. , Einführung in das Studium der Prostitutionsfrage [electronic resource] / unter Mitwirkung von A. Blaschko [et al.] ; herausgegeben von Anna Pappritz J.A. Barth Leipzig. Wikipedia Citation. Blaschko lines In , the German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko () published his milestone collection of patients with epidermal nevi, all of which were depicted in this morphologically unique scientific book.2,3 Using his own reasoning, he extracted the common pattern behind the borders of epidermal nevi in humans from this.
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Alfred Blaschko (4 March – 26 March ) was a German dermatologist who was a native of Freienwalde an der Oder. In he earned his medical doctorate at Berlin, and afterwards worked with Georg Wegner (–) in Stettin. Later he opened a private dermatological practice in prosportsfandom.comity control: BIBSYS:GND:.
Blaschko's lines, also called the lines of Blaschko, named after Alfred Blaschko, are lines of normal cell development in the prosportsfandom.com lines are invisible under normal conditions.
They become apparent when some diseases of the skin or mucosa manifest themselves according to these patterns. They follow a "V" shape over the back, "S" shaped whirls over the chest and sides, and wavy shapes on. This is the first book ever published in Alfred’s Basic Piano Library, and it is still the most popular.
It introduced a quick way to learn to read by recognizing music intervals of 2nds, 3rds, 4ths, and 5ths. Geburtenrückgang und geschlechtskrankheiten (German Edition) [Alfred Blaschko] on prosportsfandom.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts.
The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through. Alfred Blaschko was the son of a physician. He studied in Berlin, where he obtained his doctorate in He then worked with Georg Wegner () in.
Get this from a library. Alfred Blaschko () and the problem of sexually transmitted diseases in imperial and weimar Germany: a bibliography. [Paul Weindling; Ursula Slevogt].
Blaschko lines or the lines of Blaschko are thought to represent pathways of epidermal cell migration and proliferation during the development of the fetus. History of the lines of Blaschko. This concept was first described by the German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko in at the 7th Congress of German Dermatological Society.
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Can you add one. Subjects. Skin Diseases, Diseases, Skin. 1 edition First published in Add another. Edition Read Locate Buy; 0. Die Nervenverteilung in der Haut in ihrer Beziehung zu den Erkrankungen der Haut: Bericht. Get this from a library. Syphilis und Prostitution, vom Standpunkte der öffentlichen Gesundheitspflege.
[Alfred Blaschko]. Oct 26, · They were discovered by dermatologist Alfred Blaschko in Humes and Ferne McCann are every inch the fashionable pair as they show off their sense of style at Giovanna Fletcher's book.
Apr 29, · Blaschko’s lines, also called the Lines of Blaschko, named after Alfred Blaschko, are lines of normal cell development in the skin. These lines are invisible under normal conditions. They become apparent when some diseases of the skin or mucosa manifest themselves according to these patterns.
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Sep 27, · “In the early s, German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko reported that many of his patients’ rashes and moles seemed to follow similar formations, almost as though they were tracing invisible lines.
But those lines didn’t follow nerves or blood vessels. They. When there is a big difference between the two DNA's instructions on how dark to make the skin, then you get obvious Blaschko's lines. If the differences are more subtle, then you might need something extra like UV light to see the pattern.
A German dermatologist named Alfred Blaschko first noted these lines more than a century ago. Aug 03, · Blaschko's lines were delineated in by a German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko. with history of onset of lesions during first trimester and to the best of our knowledge this is the first case of lichen planus along Blaschko's lines occurring during successive pregnancies.
Rook's Text book of Dermatology. 7th ed. Oxford: Blackwell Cited by: 1. German dermatologist Alfred Blaschko is credited with the first demonstration of these lines in Noun.
Blaschko's lines pl (plural only) Lines of normal cell development in the skin, which become visible in certain diseases. Synonyms. lines of Blaschko. Bad Freienwalde has an Evangelical and a Roman Catholic church as well as manufacturers of furniture and machinery. The neighbouring forests and its medicinal springs make it a favorite summer resort of Berlin inhabitants.
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Alfred studied medicine in Berlin with some of the greatest scientists of the time: Emil du Bois-Reymond, Hermann. Bäumler, Alfred Born Nov. 19, German philosopher. One of the ideologists of German fascism. From toBäumler was a professor of political science at the University of Berlin.
His views were formed under the influence of the “philosophy of life” (Nietzsche, Dilthey, and Simmel) and the “morphology of history” (Spengler.Dr. Alfred Blaschko, in Prostitution in the Nineteenth Century, is even more emphatic in characterizing economic conditions as one of the most vital factors of prostitution.
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