Terson

Ter·son

(tĕr'sŏn),
Albert, French ophthalmologist, 1867-1935. See: Terson glands, Terson syndrome.
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Few of the key participants of RFID blood monitoring systems market include, TAGSYS; Wave Mark, Inc.; LogTag Recorders Ltd.; Solstice Medical LLC; Innerspace; LogiTag Ltd.; Terson Solutions and Mobile Aspects; Inc.
Byline: Submitted by Mike Terson Buffalo Grove Park District
The condition must be differentiated from other ocular disorders that may have common clinical features, for example, commotion retina, Terson's syndrome, shaken baby syndrome, and Valsalva retinopathy [5].
Table 2 outlines other stress-induced conditions observed in these aSAH patients, including Cushing ulcer, Terson syndrome (intraocular bleeding), and the neurocardiologic profile including their electrocardiogram, transthoracic echocardiogram, and cardiac enzymes (B-type natriuretic peptide and troponin T).
Such cavities are known to occur following the resolution of sub-ILM bleed due to various cause including Valsalva retinopathy, (2) Terson syndrome, and also in some retinitis (3) cases.
Patient number 3 had a bilateral Terson syndrome due to subarachnoid hemorrhage, but no further cardiovascular risk factors were diagnosed.
Ikeda, "Magnetic resonance imaging findings of terson's syndrome suggesting a possible vitreous hemorrhage mechanism," Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Peter Terson, Alan Plater, David Campton, Mike Weller, Mike Stott, Peter Cheeseman, and Alan Ayckbourn all began their careers as company members.
David Campbell, 58, of Pat terson Street, Birkenhead, was jailed for three years.
With her husband gone, Carap could only cry for justice for "Terson," and a "clear explanation" what went wrong in Mamasapano.