Glisson


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Glis·son

(glis'ŏn), Do not confuse this word with Gleason.
Francis, English physician, anatomist, physiologist and pathologist, 1597-1677. See: Glisson capsule, Glisson cirrhosis, Glisson sphincter.
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Tommy Glisson, 83, of Carbondale, passed away at 11:45 p.
I want to thank Cabinet for Health and Family Services Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Secretary Hal Heiner, and the countless dedicated state employees who worked to develop and secure approval for this innovative program that will truly improve peoples lives.
As the CEO of Triad, I am excited for this partnership and next chapter in our business,' said Don Glisson, Jr.
El organo se encuentra lobulado y cada lobulo esta cubierto por mesotelio, debajo del cual existe una capa delgada de tejido conectivo, la capsula de Glisson.
Glisson, the court said, "We have historically, since the earliest days of our statehood, resolved as the public policy of this state that interpretations of the constitution, absent clear provision otherwise, should always be resolved in favor of retention in the people of the power and opportunity to select officials of the people's choice, and that vacancies in elective offices should be filled by the people at the earliest practical date.
Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Bevin's Health and Family Services cabinet secretary, will oversee the transition, Bevin says.
In his personal experience as a camp counselor, Zac was assigned the responsibility of integrating kids with special needs into the main camp (at Camp Glisson in North Georgia).
In: Saif YM, Barnes HJ, Glisson JR, Fadly AM, Mc Dougald LR, Swayne DE (eds).
If confirmed, a lateral spread "would represent a failure in biosecurity," said John Glisson, vice president of research for the U.
Attending the bride as maids of honor were Anna Bess Ridgway and Hannah Legare Flayhart Bridesmaids were sister of the groom Rebekah Anderson, Margaret Towns Carlson, Caroline Williams Dunklin, Helen Elizabeth Glisson, Ellen Virginia Haick, Gloria Ruth Hilt Mary Caroline Maner, Davis Hollingsworth Myers, Cecilia Ann Powell, Anna Marie Schroller, Miriam O'Neal Taylor, Allison Kathleen Young and sister of the groom Ruth Zegel.
Glisson, Melinda Ann Knott, Natalie Montana, Joy Thomason
A number of gram positive and gram negative bacterial species belonging predominantly to the phylum Proteobacteria, Firmicutes, Actinobacteria and Bacteroidetes have been reported from respiratory system of diseased as well as healthy domestic and wild birds (Sambyal and Baxi, 1980; Byrum and Slemons, 1995; Glisson, 1998; Bailey et al.