Coffey, Robert

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Coffey,

Robert, U.S. surgeon, 1869-1933.
Coffey incision
Coffey suspension - an operative technique following partial excision of the cornu, as in salpingectomy, whereby the broad and the round ligaments are sutured over the cornual wound to restore continuity of the peritoneum and to suspend the uterus on the operated side.
Coffey ureterointestinal anastomosis
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It was an administrative nightmare," recalls Robert Coffey, chief information officer at the Muscogee Creek Nation Department of Health.
Louis is very deserving of his new role as The Gordian Group's Pacific South Region Manager because he has been instrumental in serving clients there and building our company's business," said Robert Coffey, President of The Gordian Group.
Those findings "really changed the way we think about intestinal stem cells," said Robert Coffey, Jr.
There have only been 500 documented cases of Menetrier's disease since it was first identified in 1888, as some cases may go undiagnosed or unreported because there is no treatment, said Robert Coffey, the study's lead researcher and a professor of medicine at Vanderbilt University.
His best man was his brother Ultan Foley and the other grooms party included another brother Liam Foley, best friends Robert Coffey and Joe Noone and Ruairi Costello.
Robert Coffey, marketing director of Prolerized Schiabo Neu Company (PSN) of Jersey City, NJ commented "that a system for practically identifying the composition of rubber parts removed in the dismantling process would be very helpful.
a company owned by 27-year-old Robert Coffey and Tackla Canada.