Schamberg

Scham·berg

(shahm'bĕrg),
Jay F., U.S. dermatologist, 1870-1934. See: Schamberg fever.
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From Morton Livingston Schamberg's Telephone, 1916, and Driggs's Aeroplane, 1928, to Walter Dorwin Teague's ca.
The third patient, who was on amlodipine, had Schamberg's disease along with hematuria and hematospermia.
All lines inevitably traced back to the city--even in works with tenuous connections to the genre, such as the readymades of Morton Schamberg (1881-1918) and Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968).
During my internship in Philadelphia (mind you not the Gaza Strip!), apart from passing nasogastric tubes to pre-op patients and administrating IV heparin to every patient with myocardial infarction was the preparation of the Schamberg cream to leg ulcers.
Not only did Marcel Duchamp find things in a hardware store, but Morton Livingston Schamberg found that wonderful piece that's in the Philadelphia Museum called "God" (1917) and it's simply the plumbing trap of a sink.
During the summer of 1912, plans for the show progressed as some American artists, such as the Philadelphia-based modernist Morton Schamberg, began to receive invitations to exhibit, which likely were in the form of a circular.
Partner Gavin McCabe has a heart condition, a blood disorder called Schamberg's Disease and osteoarthritis as well as a genetic disorder.
(48.) Can B, Turkoglu Z, Kavala M, et al: Successful treatment of generalized childhood Schamberg's disease with narrowband ultraviolet B therapy.
De forma consistente, un estudio reciente (Evans & Schamberg, 2009) senalo que la pobreza infantil se relaciona inversamente con la memoria de trabajo en la adultez, mediada por el elevado estres cronico durante la infancia.
Stewart's list of the primary members of the Arensberg circle between 1914 and 1918: "dancer Isadora Duncan, European painters Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Albert Gleizes, and Jean Crotti; American painters Arthur Dove, Marsden Hartley, Charles Sheeler, Man Ray, John Covert, Morton Schamberg, Charles Demuth and Joseph Stella; poets Alfred Kreymborg, William Carlos Williams, Wallace Stevens, Carl Van Vechten and Mina Loy; litterateurs Max Eastman, Arthur Craven and the Baroness Elsa von Freitag-Loringhoven; and intellectuals Martin Barzun, Ernest Southard, and Henri Roche," Patrick L.