Hesselbach

Hes·sel·bach

(hes'ĕl-bahk),
Franz K., German anatomist and surgeon, 1759-1816. See: Hesselbach fascia, Hesselbach hernia, Hesselbach ligament, Hesselbach triangle.
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Bosbach, J., Lange, S., Dehne, T., Lauenroth, G., Hesselbach, F., and M.
The anatomic vicinity of the structures of the inguinal canal, Hesselbach's triangle, and the Spigelian zone in the small-sized infant render possible that a Spigelian hernia may be misdiagnosed as inguinal (3).
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In: Glocalized Solutions for Sustainability in Manufacturing, (Hesselbach, J., et al.) p.
Hesselbach, "Virtual network embedding: a survey," IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, vol.
Bosbach J, Lange S, Dehne T, Lauenroth G, Hesselbach F, Allzeit M (2013), CEAS Aeronautical Journal 4, 301-313
2 cm medial to pubic tubercle, upper margin should be approximately 3 to 4 cm above the Hesselbach's triangle and 3 cm lateral to deep inguinal ring.
We assumed that changing the position of the connector of a bilayer patch device (PHS[R]) and placing it medially in Hesselbach triangle would contribute to lower incidence of chronic pain and would not result in intestinal damage, with good clinical outcome following indirect inguinal hernioplasty.
Teaming up with New York-based Graphic Designer and music connoisseur Jen Hesselbach, Nu Echo Media's logo showcases the simplistic idea of fan-content, with a modern feel.
Sydney will report to Michael Hesselbach, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of RDS.