Recklinghausen


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Reck·ling·hau·sen

(rek'ling-how'zen),
Friedrich D. von, German histologist and pathologist, 1833-1910. See: Recklinghausen disease of bone, von Recklinghausen disease.
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There were two models of the von Recklinghausen oscillotonometer, the Scala Alternans and the later Scala Alternans Altera.
An association with Von Recklinghausen Neurofibromatosis is present in up to 26% of cases.
Dennis, of Recklinghausen, Germany, suffered burns to his face and upper body.
It was love at first sight," said Gerda, originally from Recklinghausen, in the Rhur area of Germany.
The new properties are in the west German cities of Recklinghausen, Hamm and Herne in the Metro Ruhr area.
Hartmann officials lauded the deal as a means for it to safeguard jobs in Recklinghausen in the long term.
Half of these tumors arise de novo, and the other half derive from nerves involved by neurofibroma as part of von Recklinghausen disease (neurofibromatosis type 1).
marked a major milestone in mid-February, producing its 100-millionth electronic pedal-sensor module at its plant in Recklinghausen, Germany.
9 in Recklinghausen and manufacture of a rainwater retention basin in Erdbauweise.
He had suffered from von Recklinghausen disease, as depicted in the film Elephant man, with huge benign tumours growing on the face.
Peripheral nerve sheath tumor (PNST) containing a glandular component, commonly referred to as glandular PNST, represents a rare entity found largely in patients with von Recklinghausen disease.
Nortel Networks recently announced IVR customers include Sparkasse Vest Recklinghausen and IKEA.