Adamkiewicz

A·dam·ki·e·wicz

(ah-dahm'kē-ā'vich),
Albert, Polish pathologist, 1850-1921. See: artery of Adamkiewicz.
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The artery of Adamkiewicz is a major artery that feeds the spinal arteries in the lower half of the spinal cord and joins the anterior spinal artery at T5.
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11 The hypothesized mechanism was arterial injection into an anatomic variant of the artery of Adamkiewicz, which runs from T9-L2 in 85% of patients.
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Analysant les pratiques sportives autonomes, Adamkiewicz (1998) s'etait deja interesse aux aspects << spectacularisables >> des pratiques de glisse urbaine, alors en pleine phase de structuration.
Piotr Adamkiewicz, a spokesman for the Polish embassy in Islamabad, said that the information had come from a number of different sources and was considered to be "99.
The largest of these feeder' vessels, the artery of Adamkiewicz (radicularis magna) supplies the cord in the lumbar region.
Lasker, Professor Emeritus at Windsor University, and from Professor Wictor Adamkiewicz of the Technical Institute of Gdansk, Poland," Dr.
Adamkiewicz T, Berkovitch M, Krishnan C, Polsinelli C, Kermack D, Olivieri N.
Cole, Hopkins tracked down the glyoxylic acid impurity in the glacial acetic acid reagent responsible for the already well-known Adamkiewicz reaction of proteins.