Ivemark

I·ve·mark

(ē'vĕ-mark),
Björn, Swedish pathologist, *1925. See: Ivemark syndrome.
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McKenzie Wallace died just five days after being born because of a heart defect linked to rare genetic disorder Ivemark syndrome.
IVEMARK SYNDROME Swedish Bi|rn pathologist this very discovered Also Ivemark rare heart condition.
Ivemark syndrome with agenesis of the corpus callosum: a case report with a review of the literature.
Situs ambiguus, Ivemark (14) syndrome, duodenal stenosis Brown et Duodenal atresia al.
But brave Bethany - dubbed the Jigsaw Kid - has defied all the odds after being diagnosed with the extremely rare genetic disorder Ivemark Syndrome.
Requiere multiples evaluaciones radiograficas, radionucleares y cirugia para confirmar el diagnostico de displasia renohepaticopancreatica o sindrome de Ivemark II.
radionuclear and surgical interventions were required to diagnose renohepaticopancreatic dysplasia, also known as Ivemark II syndrome.
Key words: Cysts, Dysplasia, Ivemark, Renohepatico-pancreatic, Syndrome
Rothmaler G, Gdanietz K, Peschel HG: The Ivemark syndrome.
Hokfelt T, Rehfeld JF, Skirboll L, Ivemark B, Goldstein M, Markey K.
Ivemark But proud parents Lisa, 37, and Robert, 44, who also have three teenage boys, know they have to keep a constant eye on her.
Cystic transformation of the pancreas has also been described in a variety of congenital syndromes (187) including Ivemark syndrome, trisomy 13 or 15, Meckel-Gruber syndrome, Elejalde syndrome, glutaric aciduria, chondrodysplasia, short-rib polydactyly syndrome (Jeune syndrome and Saldino-Noonan type), (188) and others with no specific name.