Muehrcke

Muehr·cke

(mēr'kuh),
Robert C., 20th-century U.S. nephrologist. See: Muehrcke bands, Muehrcke lines, Muehrcke sign.
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The most common nail finding observed was melanonychia [Figure 3], which was seen in 74 (37%) patients followed by onychoschizia [Figure 4], Muehrcke's lines, Mees' lines and Beau's lines.
Muehrcke, "Biopsy of kidney in prone position," The Lancet, vol.
As Phillip Muehrcke and Juliana Muehrcke point out, "It is commonly recognized that conventional maps are inherently static devices" (334).
Muehrcke's lines (transverse white bands that run parallel to the lunula) occur in a minority of patients with hypoalbuminemia.
Other nail changes observed are leukonychia, koilonychia, subungual hyperkeratosis, onycholysis, Mees' lines, Muehrcke's lines, Beau's lines and splinter hemorrhages.5,7 The colour changes noted in half-and-half nails disappear several months after successful renal transplantation.6
In 1973, Phil Muehrcke, a colleague of Sherman, developed GEOG 170 after leaving the University of Washington for the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Research indicates that 33% to 90% of large-scale change efforts (including mergers) don't work or make the situation worse (Beer, Eisenstat, and Spector, 1990; Mourier and Smith, 2001; Muehrcke, 1999).
The use of the Vim-Silverman cutting needle, with the patient prone, was described by several investigators (reviewed in Cameron and Hicks (11)), but the information did not become widespread until Kark and Muehrcke published their series in the Lancet in 1954.
(16.) Robinson AH, Morrison JL, Muehrcke PC, Kimerling AJ.
2 (1998): l04-110; Phillip Muehrcke, "Beyond Abstract Map Symbols," The Journal of Geography 73, no.
Lewis, Muehrcke Professor of Nephrology at Rush Medical College in Chicago, said that the rationale for pursuing this indication for irbesartan was that inhibition of the renin-angiotensin system has a renoprotective effect in patients with nephropathy caused by type 1 diabetes, but that this had not been studied prospectively in type 2 diabetics.