Crosti

Cros·ti

(kros'tē),
A., 20th-century Italian dermatologist. See: Gianotti-Crosti syndrome.
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The latter has been called reticulohistiocytoma of the dorsum or Crosti lymphoma.
Unlike other species (e.g., Chinese white dolphin: Bearzi et al., 1999; Ng & Leung 2003; bottlenose dolphins: Arcangeli & Crosti 2009; Papale et al., 2011), Guiana dolphins do not show positive responses when encountering a boat and often avoid their proximity (Lodi, 2003).
Moreover, experts connected with the project Quddus Mirza and Murtaza Jafri together with the Lahore-based artists who each donated a work for the initiative joined Marina Bastianello, Gretchen Romig Crosti and Laura Notaro from IFTCF and numerous TCF staff and supporters from Lahore and Islamabad.
However, testing during this latest study found DNA belonging to hepatitis B on the child, potentially meaning the rash was instead caused by (https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/6499/gianotti-crosti-syndrome) Gianotti Crosti syndrome.
Crosti, "Basal cell carcinomas of covered and unusual sites of the body," International Journal of Dermatology, vol.
CICCARESE, L., CROSTI, R., CASCONE, C., CIPOLLARO, S., DENTI, A.B., FONTANAROSA, E., LA MELA VECA, D.S.
Southern California, like most regions with Mediterranean climates, is subject to frequent and intense wildfires, and certain species have adapted to be fire-tolerant (Keeley and Fotheringham 1998, Crosti et al.
[15.] Marzano AV, Trevisan V, Gattorno M, Ceccherini I, De Simone C, Crosti C.
Berlusconi's petition to have the sentence reduced was filed last month and approved on Monday by Milan judge Beatrice Crosti, over the objection of prosecutors, legal sources said.