Henri, French surgeon, 1885-1962. See: Mondor disease.
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The blaze tore through a residential tower, which is home to staff at the Henri Mondor hospital on the outskirts ofParis,at about 11pm on Wednesday.
Named after French surgeon Henri Mondor, Mondor's disease (MD) has been described in late 1930s as thrombophlebitis of the superficial veins of the chest wall (1).
announced that CEO Dan Mondor has been elected chairman of the board of directors, replacing Phil Falcone who has stepped down.
Doenca de Mondor e descrita como uma rara tromboflebite de veias do subcutaneo da parede toraco-abdominal antero-lateral, com prevalencia maior em mulheres, com idade media entre 30-60 anos, na maioria das vezes idiopatica, autolimitada e carater benigno (MAYOR, 2000).
Mondor's disease was initially identified in the thoracoabdominal wall; however literature describes several other anatomic locations including axilla, breast, and antecubital fossa.
The company announced that Dan Mondor has been named as CEO effective immediately, replacing Sue Swenson, CEO of Inseego since 2015.
1) KOS*USA jacket, $39.99, 2) Capezio jacket, $99, 3) Sansha sweater, $19.90, 4)VIMMIA pants, $180, S) Mondor legwarmers, available from Just For Kix, $8,03,
The conference has been organised by the Abu Hammour Medical Centre (AMC) in DHCC Dubai Healthcare City in collaboration with Henri Mondor Hospital, Paris Est Creteil University.
That one officially began on Monday as a group of investors headed by Boston Red Sox team president Larry Lucchino announced it has bought the franchise from Madeleine Mondor, Mike Tamburro and Lou Schwechheimer.
That included Fr Christian Mondor an 89-year-old Franciscan affectionately known as the "Surfer Priest," who spoke with NCR before the ceremony.