Borjeson

Bör·je·son

(bōr'yĕ-sŏn),
Mats, 20th-century Swedish physician. See: Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndrome.
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In their study on 26 children with myelomeningocele, Borjeson and Lagergren (18) found that 23 of them were able to perform cleaning, dressing, and bathing independently.
I have been practicing in Monroe since 2007 and I've watched this community and its needs evolve," said Jonathan Borjeson, DO, board-certified general surgeon and president of the medical staff of Valley General.
The jazz music event was initiated by Japanese jazz pianist Keiko Borjeson.
The Highclare School student beat home player Nora Gillhagen Kallager in the first round for the loss of just two games and then benefited from the retirement of Sweden's Hanna Borjeson after taking the first set in round two.
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Grunberg SM, Osoba D, Hesketh PJ, Gralla RJ, Borjeson S, Rapoport BL, du Bois A, Tonato M: Evaluation of new antiemetic agents and definition of antineoplastic agent emetogenecity-an update.
The next generation of 'salters' was born in the 1940s including ceramists such as Bente Hansen, Hans and Birgitte Borjeson, Jorgen Hansen, Steen Lykke Madsen and me.
Asplund L, Athanasiadou M, Sjodin A, Bergman A, Borjeson H.
Among the artists who will be taking part are Hans and Birgitte Borjeson from Denmark, Ken Matsuzaki from Japan, Janet De Boos from Australia and a group of traditional potters from West Africa.
Terry Borjeson is program manager for adult services for the Connecticut Judicial Branch Court Support Services Division in Rocky Hill, Conn.
Borjeson has started a petition against the wind park, and the group plans an extensive letter-writing campaign targeting legislators.