Maranon, Gregorio

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Maranon,

Gregorio, Spanish endocrinologist, 1887-1960.
Maranon I syndrome - spinal disorder.
Maranon II syndrome - muscle lipomas.
Maranon III syndrome - thyrotoxic state.
Maranon IV syndrome - testicular hypertrophy and gynecomastia.
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Address for correspondence: Ana Fernandez-Cruz, Servicio de Microbiologia Clinica y Enfermedades Infecciosas, Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maranon, C/ Dr.
Leyenda: Esta es la ultima foto de Palomo, tomada el miercoles 19, cuando ingreso en el hospital Gregorio Maranon del brazo de su novia.
Pero ese no es el objetivo de este grupo de investigadores, Juan Francisco Canizo, del Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maranon ha revelado: "El final al que todos aspiramos es poder imprimir en algun momento organos humanos complejos, como un corazon, un rinon o un higado".
Dermatology Department, Hospital Gregorio Maranon, Madrid, Spain
2) Department of Experimental Medicine and Surgery, Gregorio Maranon University General Hospital, 28007 Madrid, Spain
Florentino Perez was ever-present throughout the events in the past several days and was seen coming in and out of the Gregorio Maranon hospital where Di Stefano was treated following his heart attack and where he eventually passed.
Di Stefano suffered a heart attack on Saturday and had reportedly been in an induced coma in Madrid's Gregorio Maranon hospital.
15 in the General Universitario Gregorio Maranon Hospital in Madrid," the statement read.
Real Madrid's honorary president, Alfredo Di Stefano, passed away at 17:15 at the Hospital General Universitario Gregorio Maranon de Madrid," it read.
regrets to announce that its Honorary President, Alfredo Di Stefano, passed away today at 17:15 in the General Universitario Gregorio Maranon Hospital in Madrid," the statement read.
e 88-year-old was kept in an induced coma following his admission to General Universitario Gregorio Maranon Hospital but passed away yesterday.
Argentina-born Di Stefano, who helped turn Real into one of the world's leading teams in the 1950s and is considered one of the finest footballers of all time, was taken to the intensive care unit of the Gregorio Maranon hospital over the weekend.