John Patrick, U.S. physician, radiologist, and pediatrician, the "the father of pediatric radiology," 1895-1978. See: Caffey disease, Caffey syndrome, Caffey-Kempe syndrome, Caffey-Silverman syndrome.
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Caffey's helpful coming-of-age guide Richard and the Boyz, a friendly doctor guides two boys through the challenges of puberty.
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Michael Caffey, President of the Texas and Oklahoma Division and Latin America, CBRE, said, "The combination of CBRE and Peloton creates San Antonio's top real estate services brand, which will deliver superior results for our clients and expanded opportunities for our professionals." Peloton in San Antonio is led by Gardner Peavy, who joins CBRE as Managing Director for San Antonio.
Madam, Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) also called Abusive Head Trauma or Whiplash Shaken Infant Syndrome as described by Caffey,1 popularly associated with its chief diagnostic triad of subdural haematoma, retinal haemorrhage and encephalopathy can also present with multiple symptoms such as metaphyseal fractures, frontal bossing, rib fractures, scalp injuries and respiratory problems.
Therefore, it should be distinguished from other pathologies that cause new bone formation, including Ewing's sarcoma, Caffey disease, fibrous dysplasia, Paget's disease, osteosarcoma, and hard, nodular, or pedunculated masses seen in the mandible (peripheral osteomas, torus and exostoses, ossifying subperiosteal hematoma, etc.) [3, 4, 6, 10].
In Atlanta, Rick Caffey will remain SVP/Market Manager; Mike Fowler will join him as the VP/Sales.
Caffey Norman is a partner in the Washington DC office of Squire Patton Boggs.
In the mid-1970s, US pediatric radiologist John Caffey hypothesized that swelling of a baby's brain, bleeding on the brain's surface, and bleeding behind the eyes were signs of abuse, specifically Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS).