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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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.
a) Translucent Stieda body (SB) and sporocyst residuum (SR); b) polar granule (PG) and oocyst wall (OW).
Turner (17) y Stieda (14) entre otros, creian que este osiculo surgia de un centro secundario de osificacion en la parte posterior del astragalo que no se unia a el.
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].
Radiographs can reveal an os trigonum or Stieda process.
It has been suggested that Isospora was found to be a polyphyletic genus, life-cycle studies indicate that species with a Stieda body are generally monoxenous and are parasites of birds shows close affinity to the Eimeriidae, while the Isospora species from mammalian hosts, lacking the Stieda and substieda bodies associated with the family Sarcocystidae, were generally heteroxenous (Carreno and Barta,1999; Franzenc et al.
84) e o de Wilhelm Stieda, Aus der sozialen Geschichte Englands (Da historia social da Inglaterra), de 1885 (n.
We must first recall that Stieda (1901:28) published the letter from a Latvian notary, Stender, who became friends with Tredern in Gottingen during autumn 1808.
In the 1980s, Alex Stieda and Steve Bauer became Canada's first serious Tour de France competitors.