Schellong

Schel·long

(shel'ŏng),
Fritz, German physician, 1891-1953. See: Schellong test, Schellong-Strisower phenomenon.
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Theben JU, Schellong AR, Altgassen C, Kelling K, Schneider S, Gro[sz]e-Drieling D.
12] Schellong G had opined that premature infants were protected from ABO HDFN due to fewer A and B sites on erythrocytes.
Schellong SM, Beyer J, Kakkar AK, Halbritter K, Eriksson BI, Turpie AG, Misselwitz F, Kalebo P.
Oliver Jahraus, Marcel Schellong, Simone Hirmer, and Bernd Scheffer.
Theben J, Schellong A, Altgassen C, Kelling K, Schneider S, Grobe-Drieling D.
Schulman S, Kearon C, Kakkar AK, Schellong S, Eriksson H, Baanstra D, Kvamme AM Friedman J, Mismetti P, Goldhab SZ.
Harder T, Rodekamp E, Schellong K, Dudenhausen JW, Plagemann A.
Claviez A, Tiemann M, Luders H, Krams M, Parwaresch R, Schellong G, et al.
Category I studies investigated frequency of PE in patients with DVT treated with bedrest as compared to those treated with alternative methods (Partsch, Kechavarz, Kohn, & Mostbeck, 1997; Partsch, Oburger, Mostbeck, Konig, & Kohn, 1992; Schellong et al.
Haubitz M, Schellong S, Gobel U, Schurek HJ, Schaumann D, Koch KM, et al.
says Steve Schellong, co-founder of the Alaska-based GrantStation.
Although you may want to test seed lists for these types of offers, it may be unproductive to combine certain offers with certain lists, warns Nick Schellong, director of list management and alternative media for list company AZ Marketing Services.