Le Fort

Le Fort

(lĕ fōrt'),
Léon C., French surgeon and gynecologist, 1829-1893. See: Le Fort I fracture, Le Fort II fracture, Le Fort III fracture, Le Fort sound, Le Fort amputation.
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Midface sistraction following Le Fort III and Monobloc Osteotomies: Problems and solutions; Plast Reconstr.
DC Justin Le Fort from Birmingham CID said: "This was a vicious assault in Birmingham city centre, which resulted in a young woman being seriously injured.
La CONECT leur offre a travers cette plateforme web et physique, une formation pointue en elaboration de business plan, et leur assure l'accompagnement jusqu'a la levee de fond et le suivi des projets apres la creation luttant ainsi contre le fort taux de mortalite des entreprises au bout de deux ans.
Most of these fractures (54%) occurred with maxillary Le Fort fractures regarding management 9% of the cases were treated with open reduction while 81% were managed with closed reduction techniques.
A short walk from the restaurant, we settled in at Hotel Le Fort du Pre, an enchanting place set into a hill with views of the rolling countryside.
Ce plan a ete elabore pour faire face aux degats causes par les inondations et qui sont aggraves par le fort developpement demographique, economique, urbain, agricole et industriel du pays.
Parmi les aspects les plus apprecies, il convient de mentionner le niveau d'expertise des conferenciers, l'utilite - pour la vie professionnelle des etudiants - des themes abordes, l'equilibre entre theorie et pratique, la pertinence des exemples cites, et enfin le fort degre d'interaction entre les intervenants et leur auditoire.
The Swat gneisses were previously correlated with the Mansehra gneiss that is considered to be late Cambrian on the basis of a whole-rock Rb-Sr age of 516 + 16 Ma (Le Fort et al., 1980).