Kobner

Köb·ner

(kēb'nĕr),
Heinrich, German dermatologist, 1838-1904. See: Köbner phenomenon.
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Sam Warburton with pupils Joey Hobbs, Maysa Abdelmageed, Jenna Kobner and Misha Abdelmageed at Llanishen Fach Primary School ROB BROWNE
Argo Real Estate's Harold Kobner said it was no surprise to him when his listing at 471 Washington Street closed within 12 days.
1) Patients present with widely varying severity and are classified in three main subtypes: EBS Weber-Cockayne, EBS Kobner and EBS Dowling-Meara, on the basis of the severity and distribution of the blisters, the age of onset, and the ultrastructural investigation of the epidermis and basement membrane zone.
yaptiklari calismada, hastalarin %38'inin Kobner fenomenini, %56'sinin enfeksiyonlarin ve %53'unun de gunesyaniginin psoriasisi arttirdigini bilmediklerini tespit etmislerdir (12).
Los primeros estudios sobre este proceso provienen de finales del siglo pasado, siendo Kobner en 1986, quien propuso el termino Epidermolisis Bullosa Hereditaria.
Leukotrichia and Kobner phenomenon were diagnosed in 33.
are taking longer to scrutinize and approve loans," said Harold Kobner, an associate broker at Argo Residential.
Tip A daha sik gorulur ve Kobner fenomeni ile iliskili olarak yayilma ogilimindedir, otommun hastalikiarla beraberlik gosterebilir.
Lehmann and Julius Kobner, German Baptist leaders who with Oncken became known as "the Baptist clover-leaf," attended an associational meeting in Elbing, visited the church at Memel, and then approached the Russian border.
Kobner, Die Methode einer wissenschaftlichen Ruckfallsstatistik als Grundlage einer Reform der Kriminalstatistik, 13 ZEITSCHRIFT FOR DIE GESAMTE STRAFRECHTSWISSENSCHAFT 1 (1893).
From L to R: Alan Hedrick, Jorge Mejia, and Jodi Nath, Argo Residential, Joseph Barbaccia, REBNY; Corinne Pulitzer, Douglas Elliman; Barry Brandt and Harold Kobner, Argo Residential.