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Fuller, U.S. physician, 1900-1969.
Albright disease - Synonym(s): McCune-Albright syndrome
Albright-Hadorn syndrome - softening and bending of bones associated with abnormally small concentration of potassium in blood.
Albright hereditary osteodystrophy - an inherited form of hyperparathyroidism associated with ectopic calcification and ossification and skeletal defects. Synonym(s): Albright syndrome (1)
Albright syndrome - (1) Synonym(s): Albright hereditary osteodystrophy - (2) Synonym(s): McCune-Albright syndrome
Albright IV syndrome - Synonym(s): Martin-Albright syndrome
Albright synovectomy
Forbes-Albright syndrome - see under Forbes, Anne P
Martin-Albright syndrome - see under Martin, August E
McCune-Albright syndrome - see under McCune
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He has received multiple awards in life sciences from the Fuller Albright Award, the Vincent du Vigneaud Award and the chairman's Award from Merck.
Exquisite photographs by Susan Fuller Albright enhance this outstanding biography that is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library American Biography collections.
Pseudohypoparathyroidism (PHP) is a rare disease caused by impairments in the parathyroid hormone (PTH) signaling pathway and was first described by Fuller Albright and colleagues in 1942 (1).
The syndrome was named for 2 physicians, Donovan McCune and Fuller Albright, who separately described the triad in 1937; symptoms matching the description can be found in cases years earlier.
Pseudohypoparathyroidism was first described by the Fuller Albright in 1942 in the report of several patients who apparently had biochemical hypoparathyroidism with hormonal resistance by the target tissues.
Fuller Albright first described a condition he termed Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) in 1942 when he reported a syndrome of amenorrhea, estrogen deficiency and menopausal Follicular Stimulating Hormone (FSH) levels in young women (1).