Smith-Petersen

Smith-Pe·ter·sen

(smith pē'tĕr-sĕn),
Marius N., U.S. surgeon, 1886-1953. See: Smith-Petersen nail.
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On a rare public outing, shy Lisa Marie was spotted at Dylan's Candy Bar in New York, with her actress daughter Riley Keough, 29, and Riley's Aussie husband Ben Smith-Petersen.
(3) This concept came into fruition during World War I, where development went from using ivory interlocked nails to stainless steel rods by Smith-Petersen. Here, use of IMN devices was inspired by unacceptably high mortality rates (upward of 80%), stemming from splinting and immobilization of ballistic femoral shaft fractures.
Loss of correction in the treatment of thoracolumbar kyphosis secondary to ankylosing spondylitis: A comparison between Smith-Petersen osteotomies and pedicle subtraction osteotomy.
While playing the character named Capable in George Miller's latest installment of the Mad Max movie series, Riley met stuntman Ben Smith-Petersen. They got married in February last year.
She was joined by her husband Ben Smith-Petersen who remained supportively by her side.
Smith-Petersen, who is retiring after 41 years with the company, including the last 12 as its president and CEO.
In 1948 Smith-Petersen used cups or moulds designed to cover the femoral head to interpose between the articulating surfaces, and this was deemed to produce satisfactory results (Smith-Petersen 1948).
"Our wireless DSL technology already has proven itself to be the most reliable and cost efficient product of its kind in trials with BCL in other areas of New Zealand," said Henrik Smith-Petersen, president of Asia-Pacific for Airspan.
On a rare public outing, shy Lisa Msarie was spotted at Dylan's Candy Bar in New York, with her actress daughter Riley Keough, 29, and Riley's Aussie husband Ben Smith-Petersen.

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