Codman

Cod·man

(kod'măn),
Ernest Amory, U.S. surgeon, 1869-1940. See: Codman triangle, Codman tumor.
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Co-authored with Wharton's distant cousin, Ogden Codman, it advocated classical simplicity and balance in contrast to the excesses of the Gilded Age.
Johnson & Johnson today announced the completion of the divestiture of its Codman Neurosurgery business to Integra LifeSciences Holding Corporation for an approximate value of $1.
The divestiture is contingent on the consummation of Integra's proposed acquisition of Codman Neurosurgery from Johnson & Johnson.
President Donald Trump and wife Melania Trump honored Sydney Chaffee, a humanities teacher at Dorchester, Massachusetts' Codman Academy, as the 2017 National Teacher of the Year at the White House on Wednesday.
Johnson & Johnson's (NYSE: JNJ) neurosurgery and neurovascular unit, Codman Neuro, has acquired Neuravi Ltd, the company revealed on Monday.
An intense, uncompromising figure with a charming whimsical streak and a strong devotion to his professional beliefs, Codman once described himself as "quixotic" or a "little queer.
FOOTBALL coach Louise Codman is launching a Merseyside franchise of a pre-school football academy - with backing of almost PS10,000 from Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
Wharton and Codman belonged to the upper class and the houses discussed are of that class, requiring chapters on the drawing-room, boudoir and morning-room; ball-room, saloon, music-room, gallery; library, smoking-room and den.
My grandfather John Codman died in 1980 and the show passed down to my mother Jacqueline Codman Millband.
ST John's, Kirkheaton (with St Bartholomew's, Grange Moor) has two new preachers - Karen Atkinson and Nigel Codman.
Codman Neuro, part of DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson, announced the launch of the ENVOY DA XB Distal Access Guiding Catheter and the 7F ENVOY Guiding Catheter for neurovascular procedures.