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fa·vus

(fā'vŭs, fah'vŭs),
A severe, unremitting type of chronic ringworm of the scalp and nails, with scarring and formation of crusts called scutula, caused by three dissimilar dermatophytes, Trichophyton schoenleinii (most commonly), T. violaceum, and Microsporum gypseum; it occurs more frequently in the Mediterranean countries, southeastern Europe, southern Asia, and northern Africa.
[L. honeycomb]

witkop

(wĭt′kŏp) [Afrikaans, white scalp]
Matted crusts in the hair producing a scalplike structure; seen in South African natives.
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Witkop and Docs in a Row make voice-processing equipment, which allows transfer and analysis of voice and related files and documents through the Internet.
33) Otros autores como Witkop (52) consideran que no necesariamente es de origen genetico y que tambien intervienen factores locales.
Witkop Syndrome or Tooth and Nail Syndrome This syndrome is characterized by multiple congenitally missing teeth, conical deciduous and permanent teeth and dysplastic nails.
Peer Review acquired Witkop Office Machines and affiliate Docs in a Row, Inc.
Contract Award: Construction Of The 400kv Borutho - Witkop Transmission Line (the Construction Of The 48 Km Of 400kv Transmission Power Line From Borutho Substation To Witkop Substation)
Witkop (14) estimated the frequency of amelogenesis imperfecta to be 1:14 000 and formulated a widely accepted classification system based on phenotype and apparent pattern of inheritance.
On their tour, the cyclists are riding from Windhoek to Rehoboth, Witkop, Sesriem, Sossusvlei, Walvisbay and Swakopmund.
Witkop CT, Duffy MR, Macias EM, Gibbons TF, Escobar JD, Burwell KN, et al.
PRMA ACQUIRES WITKOP OFFICE MACHINES, DOCS IN A ROW
Sam Partida, Joshua Witkop and Aldo Marin are Hoover's top producers.
Witkop also suggested that a somatic mutation in early development could cause alterations in the ontogenesis.