Ransohoff

Ran·so·hoff

(ran'să-kof),
Joseph, U.S. surgeon, 1853-1921. See: Ransohoff sign.
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They sporadically appear in the elderly or are associated with chronic kidney disease in the advanced stage, aortic stenosis, von Willebrand disease (Ikuta et al 2003; Imperiale & Ransohoff 1988).
Prof Richard Ransohoff, of Harvard Medical School in Boston, US, added: "It is heartening and invigorating to have a newly discovered mechanism to consider in the quest to treat Alzheimer's disease.
McCormack BM, Miller DC, Budzilovich GN, Voorhees GJ, Ransohoff J.
Dahl saw Wade almost daily for three years, liaising with Till, and also keeping in touch with Neurosurgeon Joseph Ransohoff in New York, as well as Kenneth Shulman, a new member of the American team.
The television show The Beverly Hillbillies (Simon & Ransohoff, 1962) depicted what happens when people who are poor gain entry into the upper social class.
Lucchinetti CF, Mandler RN, McGavern D, Bruck W, Gleich G, Ransohoff RM, et al.
The company is comprised of three divisions, Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, Ransohoff, and CTG Asia.
Ransohoff is affiliated with the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and has had no financial relationships with colorectal cancer-related product manufacturers since 2002.
Colon cancer screening procedures include a) a flexible sigmoidoscopy that is done every five years, b) a colonoscopy that is done every 10 years, c) a double contrasted barium enema done every five years, and d) a CT colonography (virtual colonoscopy) that is done every five years (Croswell, Ransohoff, & Kramer, 2010).
1) Patients with asymptomatic gallstones have less than 20% chance of ever developing symptoms, and the risks associated with "Prophylactic" operation outweigh the potential benefit of surgery in most patients (Ransohoff et al, 1983; Ransohoff and Gracie W, 1993).
Vos C, Gartner S, Ransohoff R, McArthur J, Wahl L, Sjulson L, Hunter E, Conant K.