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Finsen

(Danish ˈfensən)
n
(Biography) Niels Ryberg (neːls ˈryber). 1860–1904, Danish physician; founder of phototherapy: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1903
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(18.) Hansen TB, Jensen TI, Clausen BH, Bramsen JB, Finsen B, Damgaard CK, et al.
The building field is located in the periphery of the rigshospital and is bounded to the north by frederik v~s vej, To the east of blegdamsvej, To the south of the central complex, Finsen and the main arrivals area.
Niels Ryberg Finsen, who learned that the bacteria-killing properties of UV rays could eliminate tuberculosis-caused skin lesions.
Finsen, in his Nobel prize winning discovery, successfully used UVB rays to treat the cutaneous form of tuberculosis.
While serving those specific groups, these moves were viewed as being part of transferring Iceland as a modern and independent nation, which up to that point was almost entirely dependent on agriculture (Finsen & Skulason, 1938; Jonsson G., 1995).
[14.] Finsen L, Christensen H, Bakke M (1998) Musculoskeletal disorders among dentists and variation in dental work.
(1) The Finsen Laboratory, Copenhagen University Hospital (Rigshospitalet), Copenhagen Biocenter, Copenhagen, Denmark
Finsen, "Inflammatory cytokines in experimental and human stroke," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, vol.
For a stage in the first half this was as comfortable as a walk on hot coals for Celtic, who were left stunned after just six minutes when Olafur Karl Finsen netted as the hosts took advantage of some lacklustre defending.
The Hoops travelled to the tiny Samsungvollur stadium with a 2-0 advantage from last week's first leg in Glasgow but found themselves under some unexpected pressure after only six minutes when Olafur Karl Finsen shot the home side into a shock lead.