Dieffenbach


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Dief·fen·bach

(dēf'en-bahk),
Johann F., German surgeon, 1792-1847.
References in classic literature ?
Dieffenbach, in his German translation of the first edition of this Journal.
Carl Dieffenbach, director of the Division of AIDS at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, noted, "The chance of transmitting [HIV] if you are virally durably suppressed is zero.
The data prompted Carl Dieffenbach, PhD, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease's Division of AIDS, to say that people living with HIV cannot transmit the virus.
Supporting this notion is the work of Gould, Dieffenbach and Moffett (2002).
The first otoplasty in history was performed by Dieffenbach on a post-traumatic case.
However, it was the German Dieffenbach who precisely described performing a lower pole breast reduction by excising the lower two-thirds of the breast and its posterior segment whilst hiding the scar in the inframammary fold.
In an interview with The Conversation Africa's health and medicine editor Candice Bailey, industry experts Carl Dieffenbach and Gita Ramjee discussed the intentions and scope of the large trial.
Dieffenbach first described the use of a nasolabial flap in 1830, where superiorly based nasolabial flaps were used to reconstruct nasal alae.
Early European visitors to the Lakes Thermal District included John Bidwill (1839), Ernst Dieffenbach (1841) .