Leriche

Le·riche

(lĕ-rēsh'),
René, French surgeon, 1879-1955. See: Leriche operation, Leriche syndrome.
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Other features like the morphology of the transverse occipital thickening, cucullaris depression, the morphology of the internal side of the pineal opening and the position of the external and internal opening for the endolymphatic duct fit to the general morphology of the genus Dunkleosteus illustrated by Leriche (1931), Heintz (1932, text-figs 12, 13, pls 1, 2) and Stensio (1963, fig.
In 1906, Vichnevski reported on the anti-inflammatory effects of procaine; and in 1925, Leriche performed the first stellate ganglion block calling it the "surgeon's bloodless knife.
Yann Leriche, chief performance officer and lead of the B2C business line at Transdev group said, "Our ambition is to offer the best 'PACE' mobility solutions to our clients: Personalized, Autonomous, Connected and Electric.
Matthew LeRiche and Matthew Arnold, South Sudan: from revolution to independence.
KRITICOS DJ, BL WEBBER, A LERICHE, N OTA, I MACADAM, J BATHOLS, and JK SCOTT.
Fuchs developed Leriche syndrome and, despite many surgical attempts, had to have both legs amputated.
Kriticos DJ, Webber BL, Leriche A, Ota N, Macadam I, Bathols J, and JK Scott CliMond: global high-resolution historical and future scenario climate surfaces for bioclimatic modelling.
Le departement affirme l'engagement a faire reussir cettemanifestation culturelle d'envergure et a mettre en valeur leriche patrimoine culturel de Sfax et de la Tunisie engeneral.
Pierre Leriche, RIP Khaled Al-Asaad, Martyr of Palmyra, Newsweek (Sept.