Scheie

Schei·e

(shay),
Harold G., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Scheie syndrome.
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com), is studying the use of laronidase (Aldurazyme) for Hurler syndrome, Scheie syndrome, and Hurler-Scheie syndrome.
The estimate for Scheie was 1 in 500,000, births and for Hurler/Scheie it was 1 in 115,000, he said mentioning that MPS I (Hurler-Scheie) was a continuum of severity based upon the symptoms, ranging from severe to attenuated.
Jacobson, Professor of Ophthalmology at Scheie Eye Institute at Penn Medicine, and lead author of the study.
It was the archetype of sustenance and a synonym for paradise, in addition to being the location associated with creation and foundation (see Miller & Taube 1993: 119-20; Stone 1995: 21-32; Graulich 1997: 115; Scheie & Guernsey Kappelman 2001; Taube 2004; Stone & Zender 2011: 138-39).
Ben's MPS - Type 1, Hurler Scheie syndrome - is now treatable, though not curable.
Prior to that, she practiced ophthalmology as a glaucoma specialist at the University of Pennsylvania Scheie Eye Institute in Philadelphia for four years where she quickly ascended in rank from Clinical Instructor to serve as Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology.
Hegstad K, Langsrud S, Lunestad BT, Scheie AA, Sunde M, Yazdankhah SP.
Eyewitness Andre Scheie said he saw bodies on the shore of Utoya island where the youth wing of the Labour Party was holding a summer camp for hundreds of youths.
Andre Scheie told Norwegian broadcaster NRK that he saw "very many dead by the shore" of the camp on Utoya, where the youth wing of the Labour Party was holding a summer camp for hundreds of youths.
Eyewitness Andre Scheie said he saw bodies scattered on the shore of the island, where the youth wing of Norway's governing Labour party was holding a summer camp for teenagers.
Witness Andre Scheie told Norwegian broadcaster NRK that he saw "very many dead by the shore" of the camp on Utoya.