Ludwig

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Lud·wig

(lūd'vig),
Daniel, German anatomist, 1625-1680. See: Ludwig angle.

Lud·wig

(lŭd'vig),
Karl F.W., German anatomist and physiologist, 1816-1895. See: depressor nerve of Ludwig, Ludwig ganglion, Ludwig labyrinth, Ludwig nerve, Ludwig stromuhr.

Lud·wig

(lūd'vig),
Kurt, 20th-century German anatomist. See: Klinger-Ludwig acid-thionin stain for sex chromatin.

Lud·wig

(lūd'vig),
Wilhelm Friedrich von, German surgeon, 1790-1865. See: Ludwig angina.
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