Hebra


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He·bra

(hā'brah),
Ferdinand von, Austrian dermatologist, 1816-1880. See: Hebra prurigo.
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Psoriasisi gunumuzde tanimlandigi seklinde ilk kez tarifleyen ve hastaligi "psoriasis" terimiyle adlandiran isim ise Ferdinand Hebra (1841) olmustur.
The Envox Communications Development Platform has had great success in our geography, where cost and time-to-market are critical advantages," said Alexandre Hebra, vice president of logistics & operations of Commlogik Corporation.
A German born Talmudist, Israel Baer married the daughter of Gershom Mendes Seixas in 1804 and engaged himself in reforming existing institutions at Shearith Israel like Hebra Hased Va-Amet (Kindness and Truth Society).
Epistaxis associated with nasal enlargement, deformity, and destruction of the nasal cartilage is noted (the so-called Hebra nose).
El coronel hizo su entrada al escenario, con su porte gallardo, su traje impecable y su rostro maquillado, adornado por un bigote escrupulosamente recortado y el pelo bien peinado, con gomina, que no permitia que una sola hebra estuviera fuera de lugar.
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1 needle 3/0 (26mm) in individual packaging, sterile, pyrogen free hebra minimum length 65cms.
Absorbent cotton 100% pure roll one pound, medical use,2-0 chromic catgut, hebra greater than 65 cm, taper point needle cylinder 1/2 circle with 37mm length, diameter cross needle size 0.