Bielschowsky

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  • Bielschowsky — Max, German neuropathologist, 1869–1940. See B. disease, B. stain, Jansky B. disease. Alfred, German ophthalmologist, 1871–1940. See B. sign …   Medical dictionary

  • BIELSCHOWSKY Max — (1869 1940) (retrato) [véase http://www.iqb.es/diccio/b/bi.htm#bielschowsky]: neurólogo alemán conocido sobre todo por haber desarrollado un método de tinción para neurofibrillas Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …   Diccionario médico

  • Bielschowsky-Kopfneigetest — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 H49.1 Lähmung des N. trochlearis [IV. Hirnnerv] …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bielschowsky-Janskэ disease — Biels·chow·sky Jan·skэ disease (byels chovґske yahnґske) [A. Bielschowsky; Jan Janskэ, Czech psychiatrist, 1873–1921] Janskэ Bielschowsky disease; see under disease …   Medical dictionary

  • Bielschowsky head tilt — an eye test used mainly to differentiate between a weakness of the superior oblique muscle and a weakness of the contralateral superior rectus muscle (see extrinsic muscle). A. Bielschowsky (1871 1940), German ophthalmologist …   Medical dictionary

  • Bielschowsky head tilting test — Biels·chow·sky head tilting test (byels chovґske) [Alfred Bielschowsky, German ophthalmologist, 1871–1940] see under test …   Medical dictionary

  • Bielschowsky method — Biels·chow·sky method (byels chovґske) [Max Bielschowsky, German neuropathologist, 1869–1940] see Stains and Staining Methods, under stain …   Medical dictionary

  • Bielschowsky-Janskэ disease — Janskэ Bielschowsky d …   Medical dictionary

  • Bielschowsky head tilt — an eye test used mainly to differentiate between a weakness of the superior oblique muscle and a weakness of the contralateral superior rectus muscle (see extrinsic muscle). [A. Bielschowsky (1871–1940), German ophthalmologist] …   The new mediacal dictionary

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