Fitz-Hugh

Fitz-·Hugh

(fits' hyū),
T., Jr., U.S. physician, 1894-1963. See: Fitz-Hugh and Curtis syndrome.
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CapTech's co-founders Sandy Williamson and Slaughter Fitz-Hugh said, "At CapTech, our people are our business and they are passionate about what they do.
He is survived by his wife Judith Goodwin McIlhenny, two daughters, Barbara McIlhenny Fitz-Hugh of New Orleans and Rosemary McIlhenny Dinkins of Nashville, Tenn.
In the 1930's Thomas Fitz-Hugh and Arthur Curtis also described the syndrome and made a connection between right upper quadrant pain following a pelvic infection and violin--string like perihepatic adhesions(5).
And out-of-sorts Kings, who entertain Bermuda tonight, could find no reply to Woodies' goals by Adie Fitz-hugh Stefan Jones and Guy Barnett.
President Slaughter Fitz-Hugh credits his company's use of structured application development methodology for satisfying HMC's requirements for an enterprise disease management system.