Simonart

Si·mo·nart

(sē-mō-nahr'),
Pierre J.C., Belgian obstetrician, 1816-1846. See: Simonart bands, Simonart ligaments.
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(12.) Delgado-Viscogliosi P, Simonart T, Parent V, Marchand G, Dobbelaere M, Pierlot E, et al.
Simonart et al., "Immunologic and virologic response after tetanus toxoid booster among HIV-1- and HIV-2-infected Senegalese individuals," Vaccine, vol.
Simonart, "Studies in the biochemistry of micro-organisms: griseofulvin, C17H17O6Cl, a metabolic product of Penicillium griseo-fulvum Dierckx," Biochemical Journal, vol.
Simonart, "Recurrent Scedosporium apiospermum skin infection in a renal transplant recipient," Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, vol.
Thierry Simonart of Brussels noted that the observations are "in line with biochemical and epidemiological data supporting the effects of milk and dairy products as enhancers of insulin/ insulinlike growth factor 1 signaling and acne aggravation" (Dermatology 2012;225:256-8).
In craniofacial region Unilateral cleft lip and palate patients with congenitally missing permanent teeth have a unique craniofacial morphology with a reduced vertical dimension.19 There are also studies that the presence of Simonart's band is associated with a higher frequency of maxillary lateral incisor development in the maxillary process.19
(15.) Pantanowitz L, Grayson W, Simonart T, Dezube BJ.
Although laboratory findings are generally non-specific, blood test results for a patient with any necrotizing fasciitis (such as Fournier's gangrene) typically demonstrate leukocytosis with a marked left shift, coagulopathy, and elevations in the serum lactate, creatine kinase, and creatinine concentration (Simonart et al., 2001).
LIRON PANTANOWITZ (1), WAYNE GRAYSON (2), THIERRY SIMONART (3) AND BRUCE J DEZUBE (4)