Stieda

Stie·da

(shtē'dah),
Alfred, German surgeon, 1869-1945. See: Pellegrini-Stieda disease.

Stie·da

(shtē'dăh),
Ludwig, German anatomist, 1837-1918. See: Stieda process.
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"Os trigonum" and "Stieda Process" in posterior ankle impingement syndrome.
The types of bony impingement are an os trigonum, Stieda's process (Christian Hermann Ludwig Stieda, German anatomist, 1837-1918), or Shepherd's fracture (Francis J.
They also contain a single spherical to subspherical sporocyst, without a Stieda body.
Higher pancreatic secretions especially chymotrypsin causes excystation of sporocysts for hydrolysing Stieda body.
Written sources illustrate this statement well: among the clothing items listed in the tailors' charter for Riga in 1492, a doublet made of silk and two gowns with silk sleeves were the most expensive products (Stieda & Mettig 1896, 482 ff); in the year 1536 the countess of Hoya died in Tallinn and her silk dress was probably the most expensive clothing item in medieval Livonia at the time (PSltsam 2002, 24).
Sporocysts were ellipsoidal, 10.4 x 6.2 im (8-13 x 5-7), with a length: width ratio of 1.7 (1.3 - 2.2) and a small, translucent Stieda body.
The idea for building a BMX bike park on the Enoch Cree Nation sprouted from a conversation he had with former Olympic cyclist Alex Stieda last year.
The first reference in the literature about osteopoikilosis dates from 1905, written by Stieda [9, 14]; the main characteristics were described in 1915 by Albers-Schonberg, a German radiologist who also described osteoporosis [8, 10].
"According to the doctors at the Mountain Olympic Village Trelevsky suffers from Stieda's fracture, tear of lateral meniscus, hemarthrosis of a right knee-joint," Secretary General of the National Olympic Committee of Kyrgyzstan Kanat Amankulov reported.