Hofmeister


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Hof·mei·ster

(hof'mīs-tĕr),
Franz von, German surgeon, 1867-1926. See: Hofmeister gastrectomy, Hofmeister operation, Hofmeister-Pólya anastomosis.

Hof·mei·ster

(hof'mīs-tĕr),
Franz, German biochemist, 1850-1922. See: Hofmeister series.
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