McKusick


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(mĭk-kū'sĭk),
Victor Almon, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: McKusick metaphysial dysplasia.
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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.
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The McKusick Law Library occupies three floors of the Law School building.
The accelerated program has grown to include all entering students who place into the top developmental course, according to Donna McKusick, dean of developmental education and special academic programs at CCBC and the programs director.
It is also the birthplace and final resting place of Vincent Lee McKusick
The March of Dimes decision preceded the 1959 planning of the first international study on the epidemiology of birth defects, by the WHO, and the birth of the field of clinical genetics as announced by Dr Victor McKusick.
Mckusick was arraigned Friday at Western Worcester District Court, East Brookfield, and is being held for a dangerousness hearing on Tuesday.
Beginning in the 1990s, Jonathan Bate, Karl Kroeber, Lawrence Buell, James McKusick, and others sought to reassert the primacy of nature in the Romantic enterprise and to retrieve Romantic environmental thought as a foundation for a new ecopolitics appropriate to the age of global warming.
James McKusick describes this method as a presentation
The Chinese postdoctoral fellow was given the assignment by the imposing Victor McKusick, and the Lacks had been summoned by John Hopkins.