Ollendorf


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Ol·len·dorf

(ō'lendōrf),
Helene, early 20th-century German dermatologist. See: Buschke-Ollendorf syndrome.
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Other authors include Rena Fox, MD, and Jeffrey Tice, MD, of UCSF; Elliot Marseille, PhD, of Health Strategies International; and Daniel Ollendorf, PhD, and Steve Pearson, MD, MSc, of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review in Boston.
Hayes HI, Ollendorf DA, Pearson SD, Barry MJ, Kantoff PW, Stewart ST, et al.
Ollendorf DA, Fendrick AM, Massey K, Williams GR, Oster G.
This Research has been supported in part by the Ollendorf Minerva Center and by a special grant awarded by the Minerva Foundation to Y.
Dreyer NA, Scheneeweiss S, McNeil BJ, Berger ML, Walker AM, Ollendorf DA, Gliklich RE.
Rello J, Ollendorf DA, Oster G, Vera-Llonch M, Bellm L, Redman R et al.
Ollendorf received an unrestricted research grant from Teva Neuroscience, a manufacturer of glatiramer acetate, to support this study.
Ollendorf DA, Kotsanos JC, Wishner WJ, et al: Potential economic benefits of lower-extremity amputation prevention strategies in diabetes.
Telephone Interview with Jeff Ollendorf, Planner, Farmington, Conn.
Still, in Farmington, a small town outside Hartford, Nordstrom arrived in September 1997 at Westfarms Mall without any financial help from the city, said Jeff Ollendorf with Farmington's Planning Department.
As the slimy Colonel Ollendorf, Bruce Kelly's sonorous baritone and excellent comedic timing impressed.
22) As a member of the English, German, and Polish congregation, Ollendorf was active in the campaign to build its first synagogue in the 1850s and gave handsomely enough to be elected its first president in 1960.