Graefe

Grae·fe

(grā'fĕ),
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Rae, who was known by her family as "Aunt Butch," is survived by her loving husband of 40 years, Tim O'Neill; her sister, Dee Jay Kweder; her stepsons, Tim (Melissa) and Brian (Amy) O'Neill; her two stepgrandchildren, Mackensie and Chloe; her niece, Amy (John Graefe) Griesheimer; her nephew, David (Tina Lutz) Griesheimer; and her grandnephews, Evan and Noah Griesheimer and Kohl and Wyatt Mandeau.
Sickenberg et al., "Photodynamic therapy of subfoveal choroidal neovascularization: clinical and angiographic examples," Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, vol.
It is a form of benign congenital tumor first described by von Graefe as an epibulbar osteoma in 1863.[sup][1] Most epibulbar osseous choristomas are found in the superotemporal region.
Recent donors to Feinstein include former Democratic Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, who (https://soprweb.senate.gov/index.cfm?event=getFilingDetails&filingID=2A651612-BE1C-46DB-B506-F106DFC5DDD7&filingTypeID=51) lobbies for Blue Cross Blue Shield Association; Brian Griffin, who (https://soprweb.senate.gov/index.cfm?event=getFilingDetails&filingID=55746316-7B69-4695-A801-3BBD5D527300&filingTypeID=51) represents  the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA); and Fred Graefe, who (https://soprweb.senate.gov/index.cfm?event=getFilingDetails&filingID=DE0434D6-E690-4687-93FD-362B4BF5A957&filingTypeID=78) lobbies for the Federation of American Hospitals.
As members of these groups were not expected to seek employment, the provinces had few workforce development services geared for them (Noel 2015; Graefe 2015).
Kramer, "Spectral-domain optical coherence tomographic features of choroidal neovascular membranes in multifocal choroiditis and punctate inner choroidopathy," Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, vol.
Previous research has shown that the more exposure people have to a nature-based setting, the higher their attachment with that place becomes (Moore & Graefe, 1994).
Central serous retinopathy (CSR), also known as central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR), a common retinal disorder which causes visual impairment was first introduced by Albrecht von Graefe in 1866 as 'recurrent central retinitis' (von Graefe, 1866) and later Donald Gass coined the term 'central serous chorioretinopathy' for its typical clinical presentation.1,2 It is characterized by the development of neurosensory retinal detachment from retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) mainly underneath macula with accumulation of sub retinal serous fluid secondary to a single, multifocal or diffuse area of leakage in RPE.3,4 Young healthy males with age ranging from 30-50 years are more commonly affected and male to female ratio varies from 2.32: 1 to 6: 1 in various global populations.
Flurina Schneider, Mariano Bonriposi, Olivier Graefe, Karl Herweg, Christine Homewood, Matthias Huss, Martina Kauzlaric, Hanspeter Liniger, Emmanuel Rey, Emmanuel Reynard, Stephan Rist, Bruno Schadler, Rolf Weingartner
A wide range of circumstances, including proximity to urban areas, industrial composition, racial/ethnic makeup, and level of poverty vary widely across areas that share a rural designation (Lichter & Graefe, 2011).
Graefe's Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol 1986;224(4):321-324.
McIntyre & Pigram, 1992; Moore & Graefe, 1994) have shown that activity involvement and place attachment are positively correlated with past experiences.