Buerger

Buer·ger

(bŭr'gĕr),
Leo, Austrian-U.S. physician, 1879-1943. See: Winiwarter-Buerger disease, Buerger disease.
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THE BUERGER CENTER for Advanced Pediatric Care was completed in November 2015, the first healthcare building of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's (CHOP) new South Campus in Philadelphia.
Watts shot a 9-over 153 over the two days on the par-72 course to finish five shots behind Ridgeview sophomore Isaac Buerger, who finished at 148.
Here we report a case of Buerger disease with ischaemic intestinal involvement that led to four laparotomies and multiple small bowel resections.
com)-- The Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is now open and set to change pediatric healthcare.
Dave Buerger, co-founder and president of CUneXus Solutions, said, 'We are delighted that Harland Clarke has chosen cplXpress to enable personalised, automated, pre-approved lending to its customers.
Fue descrita por primera vez por el aleman Felix von Winiwarter en 1879, posteriormente, en 1908, el austriaco Leo Buerger hizo un estudio mas detallado de 30 pacientes (15).
Thromboangiitis obliterans is also known as Buerger's disease, named after Leo Buerger who published a detailed description of the pathological findings of amputated limbs in patients with the disease in 1908.
Amanda Buerger, from Florianopolis in southern Brazil, was watching the match in Walkabout on St Mary Street.
Panelists Alan Buerger, CEO and co-founder of Coventry, and Gary Brown, CEO of CMG Life Services, took sides.
The profile of a Buerger patient is completed by the following signs and symptoms:
According to family spokesman Christoph Buerger, magazine talent scouts discovered Speck when she was working as a secretary at Bank of America, the CNN reported.