Rothmund

Roth·mund

(rot'mund),
August von, German physician, 1830-1906. See: Rothmund syndrome, Rothmund-Thomson syndrome.
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Rothmund, "A model and prototype implementation for tracking and tracing agricultural batch products along the food chain," Food Control, vol.
De Sanctis Cacchione variant (dSCS) and Rothmund Thomson syndrome (RTS), which were among the differential diagnosis were ruled out upon careful evaluation.
November 6, 2017: Abigail Calvert, Madeleine Fink, John Delbert Floyd II, Jenna Goodman, Grace Ann Hall, Mary Eleanor Hand, Abby Milonas, Mark Rohrbacher, David Cameron Rothmund.
Rothmund G, Sattler EC, Kaestle R, Fischer C, Haas CJ, Starz H, et al.
Rothmund, "Clinical decision-making, ultrasonography, and scores for evaluation of suspected acute appendicitis," World Journal of Surgery, vol.
It was described by both German ophthalmologist Rothmund (1898) as well as British dermatologist Thomson (1936), and approximately 300 cases have been described in the published literature to date [1, 2].
[29.] Beju, L.D., Brindasu, D.P., Mutiu, N.C., and Rothmund J., "Modeling, Simulation and Manufacturing of Drill Flutes," International Journal Advanced Manufacturing Technology 83(9):2111-2127, 2016, doi:10.1007/s00170-015-7710-1.