Kallmann

Kall·mann

(kahl'mahn),
Franz Josef, U.S. medical geneticist and psychiatrist, 1897-1965. See: Kallmann syndrome.
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Flachenecker P Kumpfel T Kallmann B, Gottschalk M, Grauer O, Rieckmann P Trenkwalder C, Toyka KV Fatigue in multiple sclerosis: a comparison of different rating scales and correlation to clinical parameters.
The most relevant forms of secondary hypogonadism are prolactinemia, which has several etiologies and thus a variable prevalence, and Kallmann syndrome, which affects 1 in 10 000.
A highlight of CONGRESS 2013 was the launch of: Helmut Kallmann, Mapping
Architect: Kallmann, McKinnell & Wood (Boston); General contractor: LeChase Construction (Rochester, NX); Acoustics: Acentech (Boston); Sound: Edward Simon& Co.
Mapping Canada's Music: Selected Writings of Helmut Kallmann.
famously exemplified in Kallmann, McKinnell & Knowles's 1968
Kallmann syndrome caused by mutations in the PROK2 and PROKR2 genes: pathophysiology and genotype-phenotype correlations.
Flachenecker P, Kumpfel T, Kallmann B, Gottschalk M, Grauer O, Rieckmann P, Trenkwalder C, Toyka KV.
Kallmann syndrome and hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, Quiton R, editor (S.
of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK) compiles 13 chapters that review recent research on delayed puberty, hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, Kallmann syndrome, and other forms of central reproductive disorders, including rare syndromes like Prader-Willi and CHARGE syndromes.
With a similar look to the future, Historic New England continues to expand its architectural collection with, for example, the recent gift by Gerhard Kallmann and Noel M.
5) Turbide, Nadia and Kenneth Winters, "The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music" in Helmut Kallmann and Gilles Potvin, eds, Encyclopedia of Music in Canada, 2nd ed.