Kraske

Kras·ke

(kras'kē),
Paul, German surgeon, 1851-1930. See: Kraske operation.
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More than 200 years' worth of experience walked out the door, including Steve Kraske, the newspaper's seasoned political reporter and editorial writer.
Current guidelines recommend wide resection with negative margins.[3],[4] Most rectal GISTs were suitable for local excision [32],[33],[34] and some of primary GIST patients were cured by surgery alone.[35],[36] Local removal may be performed by transanal, transsacral (Kraske), or transvaginal approach.[37],[38],[39] Liu et al .
Dave Helling and Steve Kraske, The Star's senior political reporters, and Mary Sanchez, a syndicated columnist and Star metro columnist, signed on as writers for the editorial board.
* Will Kraske has been hired as a math faculty member on the Omak campus.
16, 2015) (explaining that Missouri is one of six states in the nation with no limits on direct campaign donations by corporations); Steve Kraske, Missouri Lawmakers Take (Baby) Steps On Ethics, Kan.
"We are proud to introduce Customer Manager as the latest component to the PolicyWriter suite," says Anne Kraske, vice president of Product Management.
(13.) Steve Kraske, "Kathleen Sebelius: Transcript of Her DNC Speech," Kansas City Star, September 5, 2012, http://midwestdemocracy.com/articles/sebelius-transcript/.
Fernandez IJ, Son Y, Kraske CR, Rustad LE, David MB (1993) Soil carbon dioxide characteristics under different forest types and after harvest.
In 1885, Paul Kraske, now with the double benefits of general anaesthesia and antisepsis, introduced the operation for sacral resection of the rectum which bears his name.