Bernard


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Bernard: João Alves de Assis Silva

Ber·nard

(bār-nahr'),

Ber·nard

(bār-nahr'),
Jean, 20th-century French hematologist. See: Bernard-Soulier disease, Bernard-Soulier syndrome.

Bernard test

An obsolete “trial of therapy” in which intense antituberculous therapy is administered to a patient with anthracosis; if tuberculosis is superimposed on anthracosis, the findings on a chest film (radiology) will demonstrate an improvement.
References in periodicals archive ?
Brazil midfielder Bernard has signed for Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk, turning down reported interest from north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham.
Theos Bernard, the White Lama: Tibet, Yoga, and American Religious Life.
There once was a tiger named Bernard who didn't have as many stripes as his friends did.
Bernard, 75, of Sherwood Drive, died Sunday evening at Berkshire Medical Center.
Clutching a single red rose and with tears running down her cheeks, she was simply one of the hundreds who had come to pay her respects to Bernard Manning, a comedian revered and reviled in equal measure.
Bernard Hopkins lived up to his nickname ``The Executioner'' when he stopped Felix Trinidad Jr.
As Bernard let down on the bow he noticed a second buck watching the first buck run off.
Once known for tightly plotted, high-concept musings on the ongoing annexation of everyday life by the entertainment industry, Cindy Bernard has more recently converted to the (quasi-)formalist cause.
Olivier Bernard is rapidly finding himself out in the cold at St James' Park because of his contract dispute.
Bernard dogs, raised and bred by Augustinian monks in the Great St.