Chvostek

Chvos·tek

(kvos'tek),
Franz, surgeon in Hapsburg Empire, 1834-1884. See: Chvostek sign.
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The differences in the incidence of serious complications--carpopedal spasms and a positive Chvostek sign (a sign of tetany)--were clearly significant (p = 0.
Outside Cardiff, The Automatic play in Cwmparc (tonight) and Wrexham Central Station (tomorrow), while the Wrexham venue also has Good Shoes (Wednesday) and former Wailin' Jenny Annabelle Chvostek is at The Chattery in Swansea (Wednesday).
CANADIAN singer/songwriter Annabelle Chvostek will play a gig at Newcastle's Live Theatre later this month.
Chvostek will close the night performing her solo material.
The trio comprises Ruth Moody, Nicky Mehta and Annabelle Chvostek and all of them write and sing and play a variety of instruments.
But the adoption of alto Annabelle Chvostek for Cara Luft hasn't caused so much as a ripple in their sound or, given the success of their sophomore effort, Firecracker, their chemistry.
Chvostek and Trousseau signs were absent and there was no dermatitis herpetiformis, vitiligo or cataracts.
One performer, Annabelle Chvostek, late of the Wailin' Jennys, is embarking on a 6,500-mile round trip to perform at what she insists is her favourite festival.
The Jennys are soprano Ruth Moody, mezzo Nicky Mehta, and alto Annabelle Chvostek, and critics say there are few groups so perfectly aligned, by fate or by design.
Luft has departed and been replaced by Annabelle Chvostek, who will appear on their second release, Firecracker, due out in June.
Physical examination was notable for a distended neck, the absence of a goiter, decreased air sounds in the base of the right lung, and a negative Chvostek sign.
Made up of three talented vocalists, soprano Ruth Moody, mezzo Nicky Mehta, and alto Annabelle Chvostek, they are not in fact called Jenny as I had imagined.