McKusick


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(mĭk-kū'sĭk),
Victor Almon, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: McKusick metaphysial dysplasia.
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Now familiarly known as the McKusick Short Course in honor of one of the course founders, renowned Johns Hopkins physician, native of Maine, and father of medical genetics Victor McKusick, M.D., it gathers leading researchers and trainees for two weeks each summer at JAXs Bar Harbor campus.
Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing With Vibrational Sound Therapy by Eileen Day McKusick; www.eileenmckusick.com
Hilary Vernon, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of pediatrics at the McKusick Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and an attending physician at Kennedy Krieger Institute, serves as the center's clinical director.
Jonathan Bate and James McKusick, among many, explain that
Murdoch JL, Walker BA, Halpern BL, Kuzma JW, McKusick VA (1972) Life expectancy and causes of death in the Marfan syndrome.
Marshall McKusick, typed (or had typed for him) a monograph titled The
describe a mildly limited 34-year-old, [28] Norum and McKusick describe [29] a 45-year-old, and Shimizu et al.
Based on the clinical features (short stature, polydactyly, and orofacial abnormalities), the differential diagnoses of the McKusick Kauffman syndrome, Jeune dystrophy, and Weyers acrofacial dysostosis can be considered.
The nomenclature 3M was derived from the initials of the surnames of three researchers who first identified the condition: namely, Miller, McKusick, and Malvaux (2).
McKusick, Heritable Disorders of Connective Tissue, C.