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Ley·den

(lī'dĕn),
Ernst V. von, German physician, 1832-1910. See: Leyden ataxia, Leyden crystals, Leyden neuritis, Leyden-Möbius muscular dystrophy.
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Her strong drive and passion for tax law ultimately led her, with her employer's support, to the program of the International Tax Center Leiden.
The Fallback heat generation capacity will be achieved in a pair to know separate locations to be determined in Leiden,:
Meanwhile, Leiden wasted another opportunity with goalkeeper Harjot Singh making an excellent penalty corner save this time.
Follow-up in the studies in the meta-analysis varied from 6 months to 30 months; three data sets followed patients for 1 year, as did the study from which the Leiden CPR was derived.
Middle schools in the Netherlands cover the 12-to-16 age group and in Leiden there are at least 22 such schools- some of them international.
Leiden lies some 20km (13 miles) North-East of The Hague, and is home to the country's oldest university.
Ignyta chairman, CEO, co-founder and MD, Jonathan Lim, stated that the partnership with Leiden University Medical Centre will allow Ignyta to study patients with undifferentiated arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, taking the company one step closer to its goal of developing a diagnostic assay for patients with early rheumatoid arthritis.
In Bulgarian women Factor V Leiden was more prevalent in the group of women with fetal loss (37.
Of the 17 per cent who tested positive for Factor V Leiden, 82 per cent were between 22 and 35 years.
It furthermore owes a lot to the dissertation presented at the University of Leiden in 1998 by Johan Koppenol, Leids heelal: het loterijspel (1596) van Jan van Hout (Hilversum, 1998).
AaAaAa The meeting explored the possibility of holding regular meetings for professors supervising the chair in the Sultanate, the probability of creating a Website for all of the chairs available at the world universities, publishing sufficient information on the establishment of the chair, the possibility of dispatching a number of Omani students to share the academic expertise with Leiden University.
Ginsberg was not whether Factor V Leiden is a risk factor, but what that means and what, if anything, would be done differently when treating patients who test positive.