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Whip·ple

(wip'ĕl),
Allen O., U.S. surgeon, 1881-1963. See: Whipple operation.

Whip·ple

(wip'ĕl),
George H., U.S. pathologist and Nobel laureate, 1878-1976. See: Whipple disease.
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Schneider, "Changing paradigms in Whipple's disease and infection with Tropheryma whipplei," European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, vol.
Whipple had been in custody since his arrest earlier this week and under interrogation from the police to locate his niece.
Gabriela Whipple was appointed to the board in 2014 and then elected in 2015.
"There was little talk, but no action, about the intersection of marketing and technology," Whipple remembers.
In 1907 year, George Hoyta Whipple described the disease for the first time, enumerating irregular bowel movements with steatorrhea, a significant body massloss, polyarthritis and abdominal pains with characteristic histopathological lesions [1].
James Fellows, a correspondent for The Atlantic and part of the Carter White House, reflects to Whipple on the lack of cohesion in that administration.
But Mrs Justice Whipple, sitting with two other judges, said: "We regrettably find scant evidence of genuine remorse."
Whipple noted the Tamarac platform has enhanced their ability to provide a broader wealth management approach by providing dynamic financial planning and reporting tools and streamlining their back-office operations.
The four-centimetre tumour that occurred at the head of the pancreas was excised in an over four-hour surgery known as the Whipple procedure that is well known around the world but rare in this region.
Background: Whipple manages more than 120,000 acres of Arkansas timberland as chairman of the Ross Foundation and president of Horizon Timber Services Inc.
Whipple's disease is an extremely rare condition caused by a Gram-positive actinobacteria (Tropheryma whipplei), first described by George Hoyt Whipple in 1907 [1].
Mrs Justice Whipple expressed her "heartfelt " sympathy to those whose trust she said was "betrayed" by Paterson.