Lisch

Lisch

(lish),
Karl, 20th-century Austrian ophthalmologist. See: Lisch nodule.
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Each national squad is allowed only one naturalized citizen although FIBA has given in to exceptions such as in Australia's case where the Boomers were permitted to line up South Sudan's Thon Maker and American-Italian Kevin Lisch for the Qualifiers.
Melanocytic hamartomas of the iris (Lisch nodules), axillary freckling (Crowe's sign), or multiple cutaneous neurofibromas serve as additional clues to neurofibromatosis.
Lisch nodules on the iris are also characteristic of NF1.
Daniel Kickert, Kevin Lisch, Cameron Gliddon and Angus Brandt were among the Aussie players who made key roles in beating Gilas in the first encounter.
Her ophthalmological examination revealed the presence of Lisch nodules on her iris.
Features that are characteristic of neurofibromatosis type 1, such as six or more cafe-au-lait spots, freckling in the axillary or inguinal region, and two or more Lisch nodules are not associated with schwannomatosis (12,20).
Buskirk (1984), Jay (1987) and Lisch (2012), for example, asserted that even with the passage of time, Machiavelli's advice on leadership is valid today and his observations on people and the use of power is relevant to decisions that today's managers have to make.
Mitchell Creek and Kevin Lisch rounded out the top scorers for Australia with 12 points apiece.
Supportive tests include an ophthalmologic exam to detect Lisch nodules and cataracts.
Given the complex underlying genetics, diagnosis is often based on clinical features such as cafe-au-lait spots, Lisch nodules (iris hamartomas), and neurofibromas [1-3].
The differential diagnosis of iris mammillations is from Lisch nodules, iris nevi, iris melanoma, Brushfield flecks, retinoblastoma, and the Cogan-Reese (ICE) syndrome [1-7].