Ewing, James

(redirected from James Ewing)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Ewing,

James, U.S. pathologist, 1866-1943.
Ewing sarcoma - Synonym(s): Ewing tumor
Ewing tumor - a malignant neoplasm that involves bones of the extremities, including the shoulder girdle, with a predilection for the metaphysis. Synonym(s): endothelial myeloma; Ewing sarcoma
Medical Eponyms © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
CAN'T SLEEP AT NIGHTS: Neville Niton, 73, has derelict properties either side of his house and fears that he could be the vandals' next target; 'TREATED LIKE ANIMALS': Tenants James Ewing (left) and John Furness outside their house; BOARDED UP: The postman has few deliveries to make in HillsideANGRY: Sub-officer Adrian Hutt on the staircase of one of the burnt-out houses
INTRODUCTION: Ewing Sarcoma was described by James Ewing [1] in 1921 as an undifferentiated tumor involving the diaphysis of long bones that, in contrast to osteosarcoma, was radiation- sensitive.
Ewing sarcoma, first described by Dr James Ewing in 1921, is the second most common malignancy of bone diagnosed in children and adolescents.
James Ewing, Virtual Empowerment's CEO, will join Compushare as a key member of its Product Development Team.
INSPIRATION: Laura Hargreaves (top) and (centre, front) with Craig Tipper (left) and fellow Foyer participants Ashley Masters (front, right) Emily Griffiths and James Ewing. Pictures: JAMES BALFOUR
Brigadier General James Ewing would take 700 Pennsylvania and New Jersey militia to the the south end of Trenton to hold the bridge over Assunpink Creek and cut off a possible Hessian retreat.