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34 Possible Causes for 1927, Sarcophaga, Senior White,, scopariiformis

  • Omphalitis

    An overall infection rate of total eggs of dipterous flies deposited by Sarcophaga vilosa on the cords and stumps was 40% in Emekalakala (CI 95%, 37.2-40.4); in Ubima (CI[omicsonline.org] . – P.1927–1929. 9. Cullen T. Embryology, anatomy, and diseases of the umbilicus together with diseases of the urachus. – Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1916. 10.[aig-journal.ru] The trial has also been approved by the National Council of Science and Technology (reference number: HS 1927 and the National Drug Authority (reference number: 540/NDA/DID[trialsjournal.biomedcentral.com] C. anthropophaga and other flies; Lucilia sericata and Sarcophaga vilosa were the main flies that have been reported in the wounds of abandoned elderlies [ 6 ] and also in[omicsonline.org]

    Missing: Senior White scopariiformis
  • Hypophysectomy

    […] owing to the researches of the Chicago workers in America, of Zawadowsky in Moscow, and of Greenwood in this country (see Lillie, 1932; Lillie and Juhn, 1932; Zawadovsky, 1927[rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org] D, Ewend MG, Senior B (2004).[en.wikipedia.org] [1] See also [ edit ] Pituitary adenoma Endoscopic endonasal surgery , particularly Surgical approaches to the anterior skull base References [ edit ] a b Sonnenburg RE, White[en.wikipedia.org]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Norrie Disease

    Background and History: This disease was first described by Gordon Norrie, a Danish ophthalmologist who described the features in 1927.[disorders.eyes.arizona.edu] […] crystal deposits AD UBIAD1 #121800 SENGERS SYNDROME Cataract, strabismus, glaucoma, myopia AR AGK #212350 SENIOR-LOKEN SYNDROME Tapetoretinal degeneration, photophobia, nystagmus[eyewiki.aao.org] […] the affected individuals Additional and Relevant Useful Information for Norrie Disease: The disorder was first characterized by the Danish ophthalmologist Gordon Norrie in 1927[dovemed.com] Acta Ophtalmol. 5 , 357–386 (1927). 2 Warburg, M. Norrie's disease: A new hereditary bilateral pseudotumor of the retina.[nature.com]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Bladder Adenocarcinoma

    […] rare unless there is mucosal ulceration. 6 The only 2 previously reported cases in American literature of metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma with hematuria were Kiefer in 1927[appliedradiology.com] Race: Whites have a much higher risk of developing bladder cancer than other races.[emedicinehealth.com] You cannot do anything about the following risk factors for bladder cancer: Age: Seniors are at the highest risk of developing bladder cancer.[emedicinehealth.com]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Arcus Senilis

    Ophthal. 119: 41–59 (1927). Google Scholar parsons , j. H. Arcus Senilis. Roy. Lond. Ophthal. Hosp. Rep. 15: 141 (1902). Google Scholar peters , a.[link.springer.com] Arcus senilis is often seen in the eyes of senior people. It’s caused by fat (lipid) deposits deep in the periphery of the normally clear cornea.[ipohecho.com.my] Later, this whitish-grey area on the corneal periphery eventually may become a complete ring around the cornea, making it appear as a white ring around the edge of the clear[ipohecho.com.my]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Thallium Poisoning

    Wien Klin Wschr 1927; 40: 967–70. Google Scholar 2. Moeschlin S, Zollinger H, Lüthy F. Beitrag zur Klinik und Pathologie der Thallium-Vergiftung.[link.springer.com] Unsmiling, extremely intelligent, sociopathic and a ruthless man to the core, Mr White is a mysterious and callous senior operative within Quantum and Spectre.[jamesbond.wikia.com] White is the definition of mysterious.[jamesbond.wikia.com]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Trevor Disease

    Radiology 1927, 282–8. Google Scholar Mouchet A, Belot J: La tarsomégalie. J Radiol Electrol 1926, 10: 289–93.[eurjmedres.biomedcentral.com] “Cash” Senior, his flamboyant father , worked several jobs (advertisement painter, night-club entertainer), while his religious mother cleaned white families’ houses (11-23[transatlantica.revues.org] Table 1 Overview of the current literature of upper limb involvement of dysplasia epiphysealis hemimelica Meyerding 1927 [ 24 ] 4 Carpus Geschickter 1949 [ 13 ] 1 Scaphoid[eurjmedres.biomedcentral.com]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Langer Nishino Yamaguchi Syndrome

    Grainne Ni Mhaille) (1868-1927) (Ireland) Ulrike Meinhof Mary Read[?] (168?[encyclopedia.kids.net.au] All children from African samples showed narrower and longer heads (dolichocephaly) compared to those of European/white origins,from almost seniority five ooze (Fig. 5.25a-b[sarcomacancer.org] (nee Gore-Booth) (1868-1927) - Ireland Golda Meir – Israel Eva Peron – Argentina Janet Reno – United States Mary Robinson - Ireland Eleanor Roosevelt - United States Margaret[encyclopedia.kids.net.au]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Arsenic Poisoning

    The two middle daughters died under mysterious circumstances in 1927, and Braggs left Doss.[mentalfloss.com] The FDA analysis also found the highest levels of arsenic was in brown rice that we're encouraged to eat because of the health benefits compared to white rice.[emaxhealth.com] Her first husband, a cousin, died of tuberculosis in 1927. Besnard married Léon Besnard the next year.[mentalfloss.com] Fitzpatrick, Ph.D., the senior advisor for toxicology in FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) said the study is just the first step in analyzing health[emaxhealth.com]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis
  • Sirolimus

    Anticancer Res 2009 ;29: 1927 - 1932 33. Proby CM, Harwood CA, Neale RE, et al.[nejm.org] […] blood cells,” said senior study author David Teachey, MD, of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.[hematology.org] ALPS and other chronic autoimmune disorders have few long-term treatment options for managing harmful conditions related to reduced counts of red blood cells, platelets, or white[hematology.org]

    Missing: Sarcophaga scopariiformis