One Medicine: A Tribute to Kurt Benirschke, Director Center by O. A. Ryder, M. L. Byrd (auth.), Oliver A. Ryder Ph.D., Mary

By O. A. Ryder, M. L. Byrd (auth.), Oliver A. Ryder Ph.D., Mary L. Byrd (eds.)

There is a asserting "he is an individual who can attraction the birds from the trees." this may good be utilized to Kurt Benirschke. certainly, it describes either his hot character and his intimate interplay with nature. He will be thought of a contemporary adept of the Greek and Roman Stoic tuition of philosophy, which taught an realizing of guy as built-in into nature in its totality. the best way to dwell is in response to nature, with nature as a part of it. This while capacity humanity, and Kurt Benirschke impresses us not just as an exceptional scientist, but additionally as a humanist who has had a lifelong love affair with nature. the root of Springer-Verlag big apple in 1964 provided an excellent chance for buying including eminent authors within the usa. Kurt Benirschke used to be certainly one of them, and his booklet Pathology of the Placenta used to be hugely acclaimed around the globe. My consciousness was once first referred to as to him through my expensive buddy Dr. Ernst Uhlinger, then a pathologist in Zurich. With a pointy and important eye, he the foreign literature on pathology and came across "the genius of Kurt Benirschke." Our first encounters resulted in a courting of belief which in flip grew into friendship. I quickly discovered to esteem the certain features of the fellow and the scientist; in truth they can not be separated.

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136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. Yellow hyaline membrane disease Pulmonary hemorrhage Meconium aspiration syndrome Pneumothorax Interstitial pneumonitis Interstitial emphysema Bronchopulmonary dysplasia Hypertensive pulmonary arteriopathy Shock Adrenal hemorrhage Centrilobular necrosis of the liver Necrotizing enterocolitis Heart necrosis Germinal matrix hemorrhage Ventral brain-stem subarachnoid hemorrhage General subarachnoid hemorrhage Peri ventricular leukomalacia Periventricular hemorrhagic leukomalacia Intraventricular hemorrhage Cerebral edema Kernicterus Neuronal necrosis Neuronal necrosis, multiple sites Choroid plexus hemorrhage Germinal matrix cyst(s) Cerebellar hemorrhage Brain infarction References 1.

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