Bitot

Bi·tot

(bē-tō'),
Pierre A., French physician, 1822-1888. See: Bitot spots.
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Rhetoric and Attitudes to Language in Romeo and Juliet', Michel Bitot (ed.
3 Alopecia deficiency Decreased linoleic acid Micronutrients Vitamin A Deficiency: Xerosis Retinol: RBP molar ratio Bitot spots <0.
Igorot cultural worker Ventura Bitot talked about Cordillera mythology, specifically about Lumawig, the son of the Cordilleran principal god Kabunyan, who came down to earth with a mission from his fatherto teach the people how to live in prosperity, and to the stop the tribal wars.
La evidencia clinica disponible senala que la administracion de vitamina A, como suplemento, a ninos menores de 5 anos de edad, disminuye la mortalidad por todas las causas, la incidencia de diarrea, sarampion, malaria, ceguera nocturna, prevalencia de manchas de Bitot y xeroftalmia, el numero de ninos hospitalizados (2,15,16), y administrada con micronutrientes y zinc mejora desenlaces relacionados con peso y talla (3).
Otras manifestaciones oftalmologicas en MI pueden asociarse a desnutricion (xerosis conjuntival, manchas de Bitot, xerosis corneal, queratomalacia y endoftalmitis), anemia (retinopatia anemica, hemorragias retinianas y exudados algodonosos).
Ademas, se realizo examen oftalmologico para detectar signos clinicos de DVA (xerosis conjuntival o corneal, manchas de Bitot, ulceracion corneal) o conjuntivitis (30).
Despues pierde su transparencia y sobre ella surgen opacidades blancas que se engruesan y luego se vascularizan (queratomalacia); tambien se presentan las manchas de Bitot.
In the words of Besnault and Bitot, the character of Richard, "escape[d] from historical boundaries, strict fact and chronology to become a stylized, larger than life .
Bergeron, "Pageants, masques, and history"; Dominique Goy-Blanquet, "Elizabethan historiography and Shakespeare's sources"; Phyllis Rackin, "Women's roles in the Elizabethan history plays"; Janis Lull, "Plantagenets, Lancastrians, Yorkists, and Tudors: 1-3 Henry VI, RichardlIL Edward III"; Marie-Helene Besnault and Michel Bitot, "Historical legacy and fiction: the poetical reinvention of King Richard IIl"; A.
In his foreword to this volume Michel Bitot pays tribute to the way in which the work of Andre Lascombes sought to abolish the boundaries between medieval and Renaissance studies.