Blalock


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Bla·lock

(blā'lok),

Blalock

Alfred Blalock, an American surgeon.

Blalock anastomosis
a technique for repair of tetralogy of Fallot in which there is an end-to-side anastomosis of the subclavian and pulmonary arteries.
Blalock ligation
a technique for placement of a ligature around the aorta to isolate the ductus arteriosus in the surgical repair of patent ductus arteriosus.
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It makes sense for the towns to join forces and resources to both retain our larger employers and attract new businesses --it would benefit us all in the Souhegan Valley," says Blalock.
The average human has 65,000 thoughts every day, Blalock says, and 85 to 90 percent of them are negative--things to worry about or fear.
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Blalock has joined the firm's General and Professional Liability Practice Groups.
The first edition was published in 1971, and rather than drop too many foundational chapters to make way for recent work, Blalock splits the original into two volumes, the other one focusing on panel and experimental design.
Blalock said PGP is a biomarker for several lung diseases that feature chronic inflammation, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis.
Hank Blalock has found a new team and according to a pair of tweets from SI.
Blalock added, "We've been working with our supply chain to launch the product.
Kentucky Probation and Parole Officer Shannon Blalock is going beyond supervision and making the most of technology by using online social-networking sites to track down fugitives.
Blalock said he "felt bad" after noticing the incident after jetting off from the plate andndash; although he can hardly be blamed for an outrageous piece of bad luck.
She married Gordon Blalock on July 25, 1945, in Oklahoma City.