Lisch

Lisch

(lish),
Karl, 20th-century Austrian ophthalmologist. See: Lisch nodule.
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Cameron Gliddon, Mitchell Creek and naturalized player Kevin Lisch frustrated Gilas in the second half to give Australia the solo lead in Group B at 3-0.
Mitchell Creek and Kevin Lisch rounded out the top scorers for Australia with 12 points apiece.
They kept 10 players from the November window and tapped in Olympic veteran Kevin Lisch and Pert Wildcats forward Jesse Wagstaff.
Supportive tests include an ophthalmologic exam to detect Lisch nodules and cataracts.
3) NF1 is characterized by multiple cafe-au-lait macules, axillary freckling, neurofibromas, and Lisch nodules (pigmented iris hamartomas).
Second, patients of neurofibromatosis often have typical skin manifestations of cafe au lait spots or Lisch nodules.
La mayoria de los pacientes con NF-1 cursan con manchas cafe con leche en piel y alteraciones oftalmologicas como nodulos de Lisch en iris, hamartomas retinianos, glaucoma, neurofibroma plexiforme y glioma del nervio optico que puede estar presente en 15-40% de los casos, asociado a trastornos visuales y manifestandose raramente de forma bilateral.
Clinically, NF-1 is characterized by cafe-au-lait spots, freckling, skin neurofibroma, plexiform neurofibroma, bony defects, Lisch nodules, and tumors of the central nervous system.
All the patients were referred to ophthalmologist to identify Lisch nodules by a slit lamp biomicroscopy.
Patent 9,254,617 (February 9, 2016), "Method and Apparatus for Forming and Filling a Container," Kirk Edward Maki, George David Lisch, and Bradley Wilson (Discma AG.
Systemic examination revealed presence of multiple hyperpigmented macules, axillary freckling, and Lisch nodules (Figures 2(c), 2(d), and 2(e)).
Consultation with ophthalmologist found no Lisch nodule (iris hamartoma).