Madelung

Ma·de·lung

(mah'dĕ-lūng),
Otto W., German surgeon, 1846-1926. See: Madelung deformity, Madelung disease, Madelung neck.
References in periodicals archive ?
28 of the text of Ziyadat Sharh al-usdl of al-Natiq bi-l-Haqq edited by Camilla Adang, Wilferd Madelung, and Sabine Schmidtke [Basran Mu'tazilite Theology, Leiden, 2011]).
The adipose deposits, sparing the distal extremities in this patient, were consistent with so-called multiple symmetric lipomatosis (MSL), also known as Madelung disease.
See Wilferd Madelung, Abd Allah Ibn 'Abbas and Shi'te Law, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS OF THE UNION EUROPEENNE DES ARABISANTS ET ISLAMISANTS: LAW, CHRISTIANITY AND MODERNISM IN ISLAMIC SOCIETY 15-16, 23-25 (1998).
Heterozygous carriers of SHOX mutations may be minimally affected or may present with disproportionately short stature, Madelung deformity and other radiographic findings, as in Leri-Weill dyschondrosteosis (LWD).
4) Involvement of the lower extremity is common and the presence of body disproportion in an individual with Madelung deformities strongly suggests the diagnosis of LWD.
The Madelung Rule for orbital filling was discussed.
Dupuytren also was renowned for his contributions to orthopedic and plastic surgery, in particular to congenital dislocation of the hip; fractures, cleft lip, and the Madelung wrist deformity.
191] Like many theories of influence across confessional boundaries, however, it rests mainly on circum stantial evidence, and writers such as Allard, Watt, and Madelung have tended to discount it.
The patient was diagnosed as having Madelung disease based on the physical examination findings.
Madelung deformity is diagnostic of Leri-Weill dyschondrosteosis.
9) Lipomas usually occur sporadically, but some are associated with several inherited disorders, including multiple lipomatosis, Gardner syndrome, and Madelung disease.
These additional skeletal features are variable ranging from subtle changes to the more obvious shortening and bowing of the forearm and Madelung deformity (bayonet-like deformity of the wrist).