Scheie

Schei·e

(shay),
Harold G., 20th-century U.S. ophthalmologist. See: Scheie syndrome.
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Attenuated or less severe forms of MPS I include Hurler-Scheie and Scheie syndromes.
Yazdankhah SP, Scheie AA, H0iby EA, Lunestad BT, Heir E, Fotland T0;, et al.
Diagnostic criteria for PDS in Chinese patients included at least two of the following three signs: Krukenberg spindle, homogenous moderate to heavy TM pigmentation (≥ Scheie II), and any degree of zonular and/or lenticular pigment granule dusting.
Caption: Left to right, Samson Scheie, 12, Brendan Marx, 12 Samuel Snowden, 9, and Joeseph Yoeder, 11, [cq] test out their robot before competing in a First Lego League tournament at DoD's Starbase building near the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, Jul 22, 2016.
Scheie et al (15), en estudios realizados en ovinos establecieron como concentraciones plasmaticas normales de filoeritrina valores inferiores a 0.
The estimate for Scheie is 1 in 500,000, births and for Hurler/Scheie it is 1 in 115,000, he said mentioning that MPS I (Hurler-Scheie) is a continuum of severity based upon the symptoms, ranging from severe to attenuated.
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.
The main aim of the trial is to assess the safety and determine a well-tolerated dose of AGT-181 in adult patients with Hurler-Scheie and Scheie, which are less severe forms of mucopolysaccharidosis type I.
Ben's MPS - Type 1, Hurler Scheie syndrome - is now treatable, though not curable.
1708G>C/N in exon 12 not reported in the IDUA gene developed a clinical phenotype of Scheie syndrome.
Trabeculectomy, nowadays involves creation of a partial thickness scleral flap overlying the internal sclerostomy which improves control of aqueous outflow compared with 'full-thickness' procedures such as the Scheie technique.