Raynaud


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(rā-nō'),
Maurice, French physician, 1834-1881. See: Raynaud syndrome, Raynaud disease, Raynaud phenomenon, Raynaud sign.
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The brand teamed up with dancers Jenny Kita (Rihanna, Britney Spears, Madonna, Chris Brown) and Lucas Raynaud (Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, T-Pain) for the short video, which was produced by virtual reality production company RareVR.
Gibson reports to Eric Raynaud, chief executive officer of BNP Paribas Asia Pacific and will be responsible for managing the bank's activities in a region that spans New Guinea and the Pacific islands as well as Australia and New Zealand.
She was diagnosed with Raynaud phenomenon, treated with nitro paste applied to the affected area, given oral potassium, and prescribed amlodipine to be administered q day.
Highly regarded scientists Jouzel, Lorius, and Raynaud provide a detailed account of the world's frozen regions, such as the Arctic Ocean, the Andes, the Himalayas, and the Greenland ice sheets.
Sundugumuz bu derlemede kalsiyum kanal blokerlerinin Raynaud fenomeni, pernio, kronik anal fissur, vulvodini, keloidler ve yanik izleri, kalsinozis kutis, leiomiyom gibi cesitli dermatolojik hastaliklarin tedavilerindeki kullanimlari degerlendirilecektir.
President Thein Sein is sincere in trying to end the conflict but he's facing all sorts of interests from all sides that push in the opposite direction," said independent analyst Mael Raynaud.
Child and adolescent psychiatrists Garralda (Imperial College, London) and Raynaud (Centre Hospitalier Universtaire, Toulouse) introduce a dozen papers presenting recent clinical and empirical work on transcultural issues relating to war and youth (e.
Flanker Yannick Caballero peeled off a maul to cross before winger Jean-Emmanuel Cassin raced on to a pass from his skipper, Marc Raynaud, to score.
NEW YORK-The recent glut of celebrity chef dinnerware has proven successful for at least one manufacturer: Raynaud, whose Thomas Keller collection is growing since it was launched three years ago.
IT was first identified in 1862 by Maurice Raynaud who published a thesis on "gangrene and intermittent asphyxia of the extremities".
Thomas Raynaud of the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture in Paris got an award for his WWhub, a proposal intended to organize the projected reclaimed land at Wanchai in Hong Kong by reorganizing the city's infrastructure.