Meleney

Me·len·ey

(mĕ-lē'nē),
Frank L., U.S. surgeon, 1889-1963. See: Meleney gangrene, Meleney ulcer.
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La determinacion taxonomica se realizo siguiendo el trabajo de comparacion de especies de Haematopinus en bovinos de Meleney y Kim (3).
(6.) See, e.g., Meleney and Thomas, "Alternative Apportionment: Seeking a Fairly Apportioned Tax Base in a World of Increasing Reliance on the Sales Factor," 17-49 BNA Weekly State Tax Report (Dec.
Greg Meleney's melodic, haunting vocals will summon the demons in your head to claw their way out until you're having the rock 'n' roll fits.
Abdominal wall necrotizing fasciitis: a survivor from "Meleney's Minefield".
The authors were physicians and included Meleney from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Bishop who was the Tennessee Commissioner of Health, and Roberts who was a practitioner from Trenton, Tennessee.
In 1929, Grace Coit Meleney, a high school science teacher in the Bronx, wrote that, "Early in the morning of October 3t, 1930, a janitor discovered a barn owl, and put it in a scrap basket with a cardboard cover.
Gall Rafter Meneley, Principal, Shields Meleney Partners, Chicago, IL and Gordon Hawthorne, Managing Director and Practice Leader--Healthcare, Diversified Search Ray & Berndtson, Philadelphia, PA.
Survivors include two children, Katharine Fowle Meleney of Narragansett, R.I., and Sterling H.
(8) In 1924, Meleney described 20 cases of superficial fascial necrosis in China, and he isolated beta-hemolytic streptococcus as the causative organism.
Meleney, The Public Life of Aedanus Burke: Revolutionary, Republican in Post-Revolutionary South Carolina (Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press, 1989), 2, 19.
TDHS can develop into a rapidly progressive, synergistic gangrene (Meleney's gangrene) confined to the superficial fascia that can result in death within days of onset of symptoms (2,3).
(3) Brewer and Meleney (4) noted an association between hemolytic streptococcal infection and fascial gangrene, and proposed that the synergistic effects of various bacteria involved in these infections was responsible for their rapid progression.