Gerstmann

Gerst·mann

(gerst'mahn),
Josef, Austrian neurologist, 1887-1969. See: Gerstmann syndrome, Gerstmann-Sträussler-Scheinker syndrome.
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Robert Gerstmann, Chief Product Officer at CLX Communications, commented, "Simplifying mobile communications is what we at CLX do best.
In addition, in order to further strengthen CLX capabilities to grow and continue to develop world-class solutions, Robert Gerstmann has been appointed chief product officer.
We thank Christina Gerstmann and Natalia Lest for excellent technical assistance and members of the RESET (http://www.
This type of Alzheimer's also often includes two classic syndromes--Balint syndrome and Gerstmann syndrome.
Por su parte, el articulo de Alvarado y Moller se concentra en las "modalidades de produccion" de los fotografos Gerstmann y Quintana.
Among of the concerns on the surgical act of callosotomy, an important matter to be considered is about destruction of the patient's social and professional activities due to the lesions in the dominant left hemisphere, consequence similar to Gerstmann syndrome (9).
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Any of the elements of Gerstmann syndrome Supportive features A.
In his book The Constitutional Underclass: Gays, Lesbians, and the Failure of Class-Based Equal Protection, Evan Gerstmann contends that the Court decided to create intermediate scrutiny and to re-characterize its earlier decisions striking down laws discriminating on the basis of sex and legitimacy as applying such scrutiny for the specific purpose of returning rational basis review to its Carolene Products-Lee Optical roots and preventing litigants from citing cases such as Reed, Levy, and Weber for the more general proposition that rational basis review is not toothless but in fact substantial.
Paul Gerstmann, 39, of Eugene was taken to the Lane County Jail on charges of DUII, resisting arrest and carrying a concealed weapon.
There are a number of different spongiform encephalopathies in humans, including: several forms of Creutzfeldt - Jakob Disease (CJD), Kuru, Gerstmann - Straussler-Scheinker Syndrome (GSS), and Fatal Familial Insomnia (FFI).