Of the milder methods, those most in vogue to-day are the Finsen light and x-ray.
Finsen was given the Nobel prize partly for re-discovery of this.
With Finsen operating, you won't have to worry about a thing.
The X-rays, Finsen rays, electric light and sunlight have their place in therapy.
Finsen loved to tell of how they pursued the studies each liked best, paying scant attention to the rest.
But Finsen calmly invited the test, which was speedy in coming.
Bishop Finsen maintains the Kongs-skugg-sio to have been written from 1154 to 1164.
Finsen's salary as a teacher at the university was something like $1200 a year.
To the end of his days Finsen chuckled over the way they stole a march on the Dean.
In his method of working Finsen was eminently conservative and thorough.
Finsen Fin·sen (fĭn'sən), Niels Ryberg. 1860-1904.
Danish physician. He won a 1903 Nobel Prize for developing a method of treating skin diseases with ultraviolet light.