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Beck

(bek),
Emil G., U.S. surgeon, 1866-1932. See: Beck method.

Beck

(bek),
Claude S., U.S. surgeon, 1894-1971. See: Beck triad.
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Beck’s method

An obsolete term for treating tuberculosis of bone by curettage and packing the cavity with Beck’s paste.
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Bek,

(Beck), E.V.V., Russian physician.
Kashin-Bek disease - see under Kashin
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I've lost count of the times we've slaughtered Becks. But if you persist in wearing a dress and having your head shaved like your eight-month-old son, you have to expect a certain amount of stick.
Posh and Becks were paid pounds 1m by OK magazine but their rivals refused to do a deal.