Andral

An·dral

(ahn'drahl),
Gabriel, French physician, 1797-1876. See: andral decubitus.
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(2.) Andral B, Lagadic M, Louzis C, Guillou JP, Gourreau JM.
In 1829, Andral first described the splenic cyst found at the autopsy and Pean performed the first recorded splenectomy for cyst in 1867 [1].
Jean-Louis Andral, director of the Picasso museum in the French Riviera seaside resort of Antibes, was in Liverpool for the opening of the Tate's major exhibition of the artist's later works.
The visit was arranged after a meeting between Mr Andral and Dream's creator, Spanish artist Jaume Plensa.
Gabriel Andral (1797-1876), in a lecture to the medical faculty in Paris, predicted that chemical analysis of body fluids altered by disease would play an increasingly important role in the investigation of pathogenesis (20).
Thebault, H., Rodriguez, A.M., Baena, Y, Andral, B., Barisic, D., Albaladejo, J.B., Bologa, A.S., Boudjenoun, R., Delfanti, R., Egorov, V.N., El-Khoukhi, T., Florou, H., Kniewald, G., Noureddine, A., Patrascu, V., Pham, M.K., Scarpato, A., Stokozov, N.A., Topcuoglu, S., and Warnau, M., 2008.
(27.) Andral B, Lagadic M, Bennejean G, Toquin D, Florent JM.
Boudet, Lecanu, and Denis had placed blood chemistry on a sound foundation, but important as their discoveries were, it was Gabriel Andral (1797-1876) who brought the subject to its apogee in the mid-nineteenth century.
Thebault, H., Rodriguez, A.M., Baena, Y., Andral, B., Barisic, D., Albaladejo, J.B., Bologa, A.S., Boudjenoun, R., Delfanti, R., Egorov, V.N., El-Khoukhi, T., Florou, H., Kniewald, G., Noureddin, E.
(32.) Andral B, Toquin D, Madec F, Aymard M, Gourreau JM, Kaiser C, et al.