Rapoport

Rap·o·port

(rap'ŏ-pōrt),
Abraham, 20th-century Canadian urologist. See: Rapoport test.

Rap·o·port

(rap'ŏ-pōrt),
Samuel Mitja, Russian biochemist, 1912-1977. See: Rapoport-Luebering shunt.
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