Jadassohn


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Ja·das·sohn

(yah'dah-sōn),
Josef, German dermatologist in Switzerland, 1863-1936; introduced the patch test for contact dermatitis. See: Jadassohn nevus, Borst-Jadassohn type intraepidermal epithelioma, Jadassohn-Pellizzari anetoderma, Franceschetti-Jadassohn syndrome, Jadassohn-Lewandowski syndrome.
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Nevus sebaceous (NS) is a congenital hamartoma of the sebaceous glands that was first described by Josef Jadassohn, MD, in 1895.
Nevus sebaceous, also known as nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn, was first described in 1895 by Josef Jadassohn as a nevoid growth composed predominantly of sebaceous glands.
En primer lugar, se describe por Josef Jadassohn en 1895, la prueba del parche es un metodo seguro y rapido para diagnosticar las alergias de contacto y sigue siendo el patron de oro para el diagnostico de la dermatitis de contacto (24,25).
In 1904, PC was first documented by Muller followed by further reports by Wilson in 1905 and by Jadassohn and Lewandowsky in 1906.
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The term was first described by Jadassohn and Lewandowski in 1906.
Her protagonist, Martha Wolg, nee Jadassohn, is the daughter of a Jewish family from a West Poznariian town.
An "extraordinary talent for composition" (ungewohnliches Compositionstalent): that was what Carl Reinecke and Salomon Jadassohn, teachers of American composer George Whitefield Chadwick (1854-1931), had to say about their pupil on his leaving the Leipzig Conservatory in 1879 after some eighteen months of study there.
Hyperion present us with 3 curiosities in Piano Concertos by Jadassohn and Draeseke.
Excerpts from twentieth century textbooks are not included, but writings by lesser-known composers such as Gevaert, Jadassohn, and Hauer are.
Subsequently he studied with Ignaz Moscheles at the conservatory in Leipzig, where the famous Samuel Jadassohn, for example, taught him music theory.
Since then, the term nevus sebaceus of Jadassohn has been used to refer to a syndrome characterized by congenital organoid nevi and an excessive number of sebaceous glands that are generally located on the head and neck.