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In the last few years we have witnessed growing interest in Dynamic Financial Analysis (DFA) in the nonlife insurance industry. DFA combines many economic and mathematical concepts and methods. It is almost impossible to identify and describe a unique DFA methodology. There are some DFA software products for nonlife companies available in the market, each(More)
Extraoral recording methods are bound to produce geometric projection errors. Mirror projections of the curvatures on both sides are a particular problem in clicking joints, thus complicating diagnosis. With the aid of magnetic resonance tomography it has been demonstrated in clinical examples that misinterpretations of the recordings can be avoided by(More)
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