Quervain

Quer·vain

(kār'van),
Fritz de. See: de Quervain.

de Quervain,

Fritz, Swiss surgeon, 1868-1940.
de Quervain disease - fibrosis of the sheath of a tendon of the thumb. Synonym(s): radial styloid tendovaginitis
de Quervain fracture - fracture of navicular bone with dislocation of lunar bone.
de Quervain incision
de Quervain release
de Quervain tenolysis
de Quervain tenosynovitis
de Quervain thyroiditis - thyroiditis with round cell infiltration, destruction of thyroid cells, epithelial giant cell proliferation, and evidence of regeneration. Synonym(s): subacute granulomatous thyroiditis
Quervain abdominal retractor
Quervain cranial forceps
Quervain elevator
Quervain forceps
Quervain incision
Quervain release
Quervain rongeur
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The first known case of parathyroid carcinoma, described by De Quervain in 1909, was a non-functional tumour whose malignancy was revealed only by its macroscopic features.
The incidence of this variation is to be discussed because of its great importance in the diagnoses and in medical and surgical reconstruction treatments of hand and wrist diseases such as arthritis at the base of the thumb, de Quervain syndrome, extensor tendons injuries and in many other cases of the same category.
Caption: Above: DIANE TUFT, Reaching Out, De Quervain Havn, Greenland, 2016, Color pigment print, 40 x 60 inches
Por otro lado, Roozendaal, de Quervain, Schelling y McGaugh (2004) evaluaron el efecto del propranolol en la evocacion del paradigma ya descrito de evitacion condicionada en ratas.
Roozendaal, Griffith, Buranday, de Quervain y McGaugh, (2003) encontraron que dicho efecto puede estar mediado por el receptor GR.
When specific tendons on the thumb side of the wrist are affected, the condition is named after De Quervain, the French physician who first described it.
The eponym de Quervain refers to the pathologist who described the typical histological findings (giant cell, pseudotubercular, granulomatous thyroiditis).
DE QUERVAIN TENOSYNOVITIS It is also known as Blackberry thumb or gamer's thumb.
People who frequently use their thumbs to type text messages on cell phones can develop a painful affliction called Quervain Syndrome that affects their tendons on their hands.
People who frequently use their thumbs to type text messages on cellphones can develop a painful affliction called Quervain Syndrome that affects their tendons on their hands.
Stacoff A, Kramers-de Quervain I, Pettwyler M, Wolf P, List R, Ukelo T Biomechanical effects of foot orthoses during walking.