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Tietze is a German surname, sometimes also spelled Tieze.


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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tietze syndrome</span> Inflammation, tenderness, and pain of the chest wall with swelling present

Tietze syndrome is a benign inflammation of one or more of the costal cartilages. It was first described in 1921 by German surgeon Alexander Tietze and was subsequently named after him. The condition is characterized by tenderness and painful swelling of the anterior (front) chest wall at the costochondral, sternocostal, or sternoclavicular junctions. Tietze syndrome affects the true ribs and has a predilection for the 2nd and 3rd ribs, commonly affecting only a single joint.

Ranke is a German surname. Persons with the surname include:

Schütz is a German surname, deriving from Schütze (shooter/marksman). Notable people with the surname include:

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<span class="mw-page-title-main">Heinrich Franz Friedrich Tietze</span> Austrian mathematician

Heinrich Franz Friedrich Tietze was an Austrian mathematician, famous for the Tietze extension theorem on functions from topological spaces to the real numbers. He also developed the Tietze transformations for group presentations, and was the first to pose the group isomorphism problem. Tietze's graph is also named after him; it describes the boundaries of a subdivision of the Möbius strip into six mutually-adjacent regions, found by Tietze as part of an extension of the four color theorem to non-orientable surfaces.

Heinrich is a surname of German origin. Notable persons with that surname include:

Stackelberg is a surname, mainly known as the surname of a noble family of Baltic German descent. Notable people with the surname include:

Tietze is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Bürger or Buerger is a surname. Notable people with the name include:

Wiedemann is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Schrader is a family name that is very common roughly within the Triangle Hannover-Hamburg-Berlin within Germany. It means tailor. Carriers of this name have spread all over the world due to emigration from Germany. It is especially common in the United States, but there are also occurrences in France, Britain, and the Netherlands. Notable people with the surname include:

Scholz is a German surname. It is the East Central German and Silesian version of the name Schulz, Schultz, Schultheiss.

Funk is a German surname.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Tietze's graph</span> Undirected cubic graph with 12 vertices and 18 edges

In the mathematical field of graph theory, Tietze's graph is an undirected cubic graph with 12 vertices and 18 edges. It is named after Heinrich Franz Friedrich Tietze, who showed in 1910 that the Möbius strip can be subdivided into six regions that all touch each other – three along the boundary of the strip and three along its center line – and therefore that graphs that are embedded onto the Möbius strip may require six colors. The boundary segments of the regions of Tietze's subdivision form an embedding of Tietze's graph.

Heinrich may refer to:

Kleinschmidt is an occupational surname of German origin, which means "small smith", that is, a maker of small forged items and metal hand tools. The name may refer to:

Schrörs is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

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Titz is a German surname belonging to the group of family names derived from given names. Like the related Dittrich, Dietz, Dietze, Tietz, Tietze and the Ashkenazi Taitz it is an altered form of the frequent masculine given name Dietrich.