Lisch

Lisch

(lish),
Karl, 20th-century Austrian ophthalmologist. See: Lisch nodule.
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Located in the heart of the right bank's opera district, a short distance from the Champs-Elysees and French boutique shopping experiences at Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Haussmann, the hotel was originally the vision of architect Juste Lisch.
They scraped into the French play-offs last season in eighth place before going on to claim the title but Pascal Donnadieu's men, minus the injured Kevin Lisch, could find themselves quickly out of their depth having hastily built up what they hope is a decent roster.
David Lisch, Dan Weissmann, John Granata, and Fred C.
Editors Lisch (City Hospital of Hanau, Germany) and Seitz (U.
Kidwell & Damon Lisch, Transposable Elements as Sources of Variation in Animals and Plants, 94 PROC.
NF1'de ek olarak Lisch nodulleri, aksiler cillenme, kutanoz fibromlar, aile oykusu ve optik gliomlar olur (7).
This lack of interaction is surprising because other research has suggested that an intellectual disability amplifies the effects of sensory loss (Murdoch, 1996; Poustka & Lisch, 1993).
The disease can manifest as one of several types of lesions, including cafe au lair spots, cutaneous tumors, plexiform lesions, axillary freckling, Lisch nodules of the iris, optic gliomas, and bony abnormalities.
Kevin Lisch added 13 points and Paul Eckerle scored 12, all from 3-point range, as the Billikens (10-6, 1-1 Atlantic 10 Conference) won their eighth straight home game.
5- iki veya fazla Lisch nodulleri (iris hamartomu),
Tanisal ozellikleri, kahverengi sut lekeleri (cafe-au-lait), Lisch nodulleri, aksiller cillenme, norofibromlar, optik glioma, psodoartrit, santral ve periferik sinir tumur olusumu olarak siralanmaktadir.
According to the National Institutes of Health guidelines, NF1 is a clinical diagnosis necessitating two of the following criteria: 1) six or more cafe-au-lait macules >5 mm in diameter; 2) two or more neurofibromas; 3) freckling in the axillary or inguinal regions; 4) optic glioma; 5) two or more Lisch nodules (iris hamartomas); 6) sphenoid dysplasia or thinning of long bone cortex; and/or 7) a first-degree relative with NF1 (2-4).