Jarisch

Ja·risch

(yah'rish),
Adolf, Austrian dermatologist, 1850-1902. See: Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction, Bezold-Jarisch reflex.
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Jarisch, "The significance of fragrance mix, balsam of Peru, colophony and propolis as screening tools in the detection of fragrance allergy," British Journal of Dermatology, vol.
blood supply to AV node is severed and vagal tone is increased due to Bezold- Jarisch reaction8.
Jung P, Sesztak-Greinecker G, Wantke F, Gotz M, Jarisch R, Hemmer W.
Continuous exposure to formaldehyde also has led to increased IgE-mediated sensitization and symptoms at levels greater than 0.05 ppm, the World Health Organization's threshold, among primary schoolchildren (Wantke, Demmer, Tappler, Gotz, & Jarisch, 1996).
Jarisch, "Patch testing in children, adults, and the elderly: influence of age and sex on sensitization patterns," Pediatric Dermatology, vol.
The first report of this syndrome was made in 1894 by Jarisch and White who reported a patient with multiple basal cell carcinomas, scoliosis, and learning disability.
Fue reportado por primera vez por Jarisch en 1894; sin embargo, la descripcion completa de los signos y sintomas que componen este sindrome, fue detallada por Robert Gorlin y Robert Goltz en 1960 (5).
kongrede katilimcilar arasinda Lord Lister, Sir James Paget, Raymond Sabourad, Hallopeau, White, Fordyce, Pusey, Unna, Kaposi, Jadassohn, Ehlers, Lassar, Neiser, Jarisch ve Mibelli de bulunmustur.
Se debe tener presente el riesgo de que se desencadene un reflejo de Bezold Jarisch (41): un bloqueo anestesico alto, con vasodilatacion subita.
(1,2) The syndrome was first reported by Jarisch and White in 1894, and its prevalence has been estimated at 1 in 56,000.