Swyer

Swy·er

(swī'ĕr),
Paul R., 20th-century U.S. pediatrician. See: Swyer-James syndrome, Swyer-James-MacLeod syndrome.
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Simple 46,XY gonadal dysgenesis, also called Swyer syndrome, is a very rare condition, and has been estimated to occur in approximately 1/100 000 people.
Director Alan Swyer is a former boxer, which helped him get an amazing 80-plus interviews with ring legends, promoters and trainers.
It is well documented that SJS is a rare syndrome characterized by unilateral hyperlucency of one lung, lobe or part of a lobe which was first described in 1953 by Swyer and James (2) and further detailed by MacLeod (and called Swyer-James-MacLeod Syndrome (SJMS)).
Swyer James, Macleod ya da tek tarafli saydam akciger sendromu, bebeklik veya cocukluk caginda siklikla adenovirus infeksiyonu sonrasinda ortaya cikan bronsiolitis obliteransa bagli olarak gelisen nadir bir sendromdur.
Clandinin MT, Chappell JE, Leong S, Heim T, Swyer PR, Chance GW.
Furious Lee Swyer, whose sister Rachel was the hen, said: "We were all looking at each other in disbelief.
107) In Swyer syndrome, (108) also referred to as 46,XY pure gonadal dysgenesis, individuals have a female phenotype with unambiguously female genitalia at birth, normal mullerian structures, and presentation associated with primary amenorrhea.
Masters will join Asda in the autumn, taking over from Rob Swyer.
58) Richard Gombin, The Radical Tradition: A Study in Modern Revolutionary Thought, Rupert Swyer (trans.
Christopher Swyer lurked near the start of the 2005 event with a camcorder, secretly taping women in bushes.
Christopher Swyer followed women into secluded bushes near Newcastle's Town Moor on the morning of last year's race and used a digital camcorder hidden in a plastic bag to film them.
Yet another chromosomal abnormality that is not apparent until puberty is Swyer Syndrome.