Koyanagi

Ko·ya·na·gi

(koy-ă-nah'gē),
Yosizo, Japanese ophthalmologist, 1880-1954. See: Vogt-Koyanagi syndrome.
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Tyrovolas S, Koyanagi A, Olaya B, Ayuso-Mateos JL, Miret M, Chatterji S, et al.
Many procedures like Thiersch-Duplay, Mathieu flip-flap, Asopa-Duckett or a tube of buccal mucosa or the Koyanagi procedure have been described.
Tader (beam, Naiya Rooks (vault), Kaiya Koyanagi (vault) and Jill Schmit (bars, beam, floor) all performed well for the Knights.
Importantly, perceived social support can be a protective factor for those facing psychological distress such as loneliness (Yildex, 2017) or depression and anxiety (e.g., Luo, Xiang, Zhang, & Wang 2017; Santini, Koyanagi, Tyrovolas, Mason, & Haro, 2015; Zimet et al., 1988), and it can also help students adjust to university life (Rahat & Ilhan, 2016).
Speakers include George Asgari, regional head of customer engineering at Google; Saranya Sriram, cloud solution architect lead - APAC partnerships at Microsoft; and Hajime Harvey Koyanagi, managing director, Tokyo, Japan at Dentsu.
(5.) Iba Y, Watanabe S, Akimoto T, Abe K, Koyanagi H.
1st place - Nurislam (Artas) SANAYEV (Kazakhstan)2nd place - Kazuya KOYANAGI (Japan)3rd place- Ulukbek Joldoshbekov (Kyrgyzstan)3rd place - Abbos RAKHMONOV (Uzbekistan)
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF NAVAL ATTACHe KOYANAGI AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE JAPANESE MILITARY ATTACHe OFFICE IN RIGA
In [31] the authors apply some of the strategies proposed by Koyanagi in [30], extending them to security purposes and not limiting them to maintenance aims.
Forty years later, in the summer of 1985, his father dug up Shinichi's remains and transferred them to the family grave, and the tricycle, after sleeping for 40 years in the backyard with Shinichi, was donated to the Peace Memorial Museum,' said Rumiko Koyanagi, a schoolgirl who was visiting the museum with her schoolmates.