Else Veldman

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Keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans (KFSD) is a rare X linked disease which is characterised by follicular hyperkeratosis of the skin and corneal dystrophy. Seven male patients and six female carriers are described. Special attention has been paid to the dermatological and ophthalmic markers of KFSD in patients and carriers. The most prominent(More)
The results of 300 consecutive glaucoma filtering procedures, which were performed in our clinic between Januari 1982 and September 1985, are described. The overall combined success rate (complete + qualified) was 66.5 % (Heuer's classification). This is in good agreement with other glaucoma referral centers. The peak of the age distribution curve at the(More)
As a consequence of the developments in electric transportation and the evolution toward smart grids, largescale deployment of smart charging strategies for electric vehicles (EVs) becomes feasible. This leads to opportunities for different market parties to use the flexibility of EVs for various objectives that may be conflicting and result in a nonoptimal(More)
A 30-year-old man with bilateral neuroretinitis and uveitis associated with secondary syphilis is described. Characteristic lesions on the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet gave us the clue to the diagnosis. Treatment with penicillin resulted in a rapid cure. Syphilic neuroretinitis is often associated with secondary meningitis. Early diagnosis(More)
The influence of milk yield and milk composition on the diagnosis of Mycobacterium avium ssp. paratuberculosis (MAP) by milk ELISA in the context of the total IgG secretion patterns in milk throughout lactation and serum concentrations were investigated. A 2-yr trial was performed in which 1,410 dairy cows were sampled monthly and MAP milk ELISA status and(More)
The paper describes the history of viscous-inviscid interaction methods, and tries to put them in a modern domain-decomposition context. This history started in 1904, when Ludwig Prandtl presented thèboundary layer' at the Third International Mathematical Congress in Heidelberg. From that moment on, the ow eld around a body was divided in two parts: a thin(More)
Coupling Finite Element (FEM) simulations to mathematical optimisation techniques provides a high potential to improve industrial metal forming processes. In order to optimise these processes, all kind of optimisation problems need to be mathematically modelled and subsequently solved using an appropriate optimisation algorithm. Although the modelling part(More)