van Buchem

van Bu·chem

(vahn bū'kĕm),
Francis Steven Peter, 20th-century Dutch internist. See: van Buchem syndrome.
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Mark van Buchem, MD, PhD, (Professor, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands) is an expert in imaging of the brain.
Singapore, Nov 18, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX, PHIA) today announced that world-renowned neuroradiology specialist Dr Mark van Buchem will be a keynote speaker at National Neuroscience Institute's (NNI) 13th Advanced Neuroradiology Course (November 18 - November 19) at Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore as part of their Philips Master Seminar Series in Asia Pacific.
Speaking at the 13th Advanced Neuroradiology Course, Dr van Buchem will be sharing his expertise on differentiating neurodegenerative disorders from changes in the ageing brain through the use of new Magnetic Resonance (MR) technologies and techniques.
The potential benefits of sharing information between companies and across country boundaries versus protecting information in order to retain competitive advantage should be considered, as the recovery of hydrocarbons is an increasingly complex and costly challenge," Frans Van Buchem, Maersk Oil's principal geologist told the audience.
Increased bone density with diaphyseal involvement Diaphyseal Craniotubular AD dysplasia, sclerosis, Camurati-Engelmann symmetrical Craniodiaphyseal Craniotubular AR, AD dysplasia Lenz Majewski Craniotubular SP dysplasia Endosteal Craniotubular hyperostosis sclerosis, symmetrical van Buchem type AR Worth type AD sclerosteosis AR with cerebellar AR hypoplasia Kenny Cafey Diaphyseal AD, AR dysplasia cortex Osteoectasia with Craniotubular AR hyperphosphatasia sclerosis, (juvenile Pagets) bowing Diaphyseal dysplasia Diaphyseal AR with anaemia cortex Diaphyseal medullary Diaphyseal AD stenosis with bone cortex malignancy (Hardcastle) 3.
Owing to inheritance, one can rule out van Buchem sclerosteosis (autosomal recessive (AR)), and Worth type is a more benign form and has associated mandible enlargement.
Mostert JP, Admiraal-Behloul F, Hoogduin JM, Luyendijk J, Heersema DJ, van Buchem MA et al.
van Den Boom R, Lesnik Oberstein SA, van Duinen SG, Bornebroek M, Ferrari MD, Haan J, van Buchem MA.
van den Boom R, Lesnik Oberstein SA, Ferrari MD, Haan J, van Buchem MA.
Van Buchem says that the patients' minor bacterial infections responded equally well to amoxicillin and to the placebo.
Similar features can also present in Van Buchem disease, which was first described in 1955 as an autosomal recessive bone dysplasia linked to a genetic locus on chromosome 17q12-21.