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  • When the pain of costochondritis is accompanied by swelling, it's referred to as Tietze syndrome.

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  • The most important at the Secession were Hermine Ostersetzer (1874 – 1909), the wife of the publisher and art dealer Hugo Heller (1870 – 1923), and Ilse Twardowski-Conrat, the sister of Erika Tietze-Conrat (1883 – 1958), a well-known art historian.

    Austria: Jewish Women Artists.

  • When we tracked down Thomas Tietze, he was expanding his wonderful 1973 book on Margery.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • According to Thomas Tietze, her biographer, She was a slim and pretty woman whose roundness of limb and pertness of attitude men found ‘too attractive for her own good.’

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • When we tracked down Thomas Tietze, he was expanding his wonderful 1973 book on Margery.

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • According to Thomas Tietze, her biographer, She was a slim and pretty woman whose roundness of limb and pertness of attitude men found ‘too attractive for her own good.’

    The Secret Life of Houdini

  • A committee of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists soon obliged Tietze by defining conception as "the implantation of a fertilized ovum."

    Morality is Objective (And People Are Wrong)

  • The Tietze study I quoted in the post also reported “an abortion ratio of 30 per 100 live births” pre-Roe.

    The Non-Catholic Version: If you’re anti-abortion, you should vote for John Kerry

  • What could be a neater confirmation of the visual processes rehearsed by Tietze, Gombrich, and Alsop?

    The Faker's Art

  • Tietze 15.21 describes a woman of twenty-seven who exhibited a marked type of plexiform neurofibroma (Fig. 253).

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

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