Fianally a question I can answer! I have the Baerenreiter Urtext version for this sonata. http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/Piano-Sonatas-Volume-2/2442286
The first 20 measures are very similar to the top picture in your post, where the turns are written out as a set of sixteenth note appogiaturas. I think that is what they are called. Visually, the set of sixteenth notes are smaller than the rest of the notes.
From measures 21 - 40, my score shows an erstdruck version in parallel with the autograph. Most of the appogiaturas in the erstdruck section follow the 4 sixteenth note style, with several exceptions (m24 and m27 uses the triplet version: I don't know what it is called, but has the double beam connecting 3 notes, and an italicized 3 below the double beam)
Basically the erstdruck version writes out the ornaments and the different variations for them, and the variations get successively more tricky, for me at least. I actually submitted this movement in the recent ABF forum recital and I tried to execute the erstdruck. Function term here is "tried".
As far as dynamics go, no crescendo or decrecendo phrase markings; all dynamic markings are written as p, sfp, sp etc directly below the note.
Hope this answers your question.