Gumprecht

Gum·precht

(gŭm'prekt),
Ferdinand A., German physician, 1864-1941. See: Klein-Gumprecht shadow nuclei, Gumprecht shadows.
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Gumprecht, "Intestinal microbiota and its relationship with diabetes and obesity," Clinical Diabetology, vol.
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Gumprecht, "The difficulties of diagnosing myositis ossificans circumscripta in the paraspinal muscles of a human immunodeficiency virus-positive man: magnetic resonance imaging and temporal computed tomographic findings, " Archives of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery, vol.
(5.) Gumprecht HK, Widenka DC, Lumenta CP, BrainLab VectorVision Neuronavigation System: technology and clinical experiences in 131 cases, Neurosurgery, 1999; 44, 97-104.
Although [FB.sub.1] hepatotoxicity is relevant in all studied species, studies indicate that in certain animals, such as rabbits (GUMPRECHT et al., 1995) and some species of rats (RYLEY et al., 1994), there is greater sensibility of the kidneys to that mycotoxin.
A number of years ago the Carnegie Foundation documented just how influential the visual image of the campus could be in regard to the decisions of incoming freshmen with respect to their choice of schools (Gumprecht 2008).
Shah S, Benroubi M, Borzi V, Gumprecht J, Kawamori R, Shaban J, et al.