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Limited ankle dorsiflexion: a predisposing factor to Morbus Osgood Schlatter?.
Lexicograficamente, la voz puerca -con este sentido medico-figura desde Nebrija (1495?: "puerca pequena, sucula, ae; puercas como lamparones, scrofulae, arum"; Nebrija 1518: "choeras, adis, morbus qui latine strume siue scropha, hispane puercas"; "scrofa, ae, siue cheras, adis, latine struma, hispane puerca o lamparon").
En otro, fechado en 1833, se informa sobre la epidemia de colera morbus que consumio a un tercio de la poblacion del puerto de Tampico (p.
Recordemos en este sentido que el regnum fue caracterizado como enfermo por el citado cronista Fredegario (el morbus gothorum (34)), debido a este tipo de alzamientos y derrocamientos aunque cabe advertir que esto no era exclusivo de los godos en este periodo (los merovingios tambien experimentaron este tipo de problemas, especialmente durante el mismo siglo VII) (35).
If the title track is decidedly jaunty for such macabre subject matter, The Blue Sleep is a dreamlike joy, this time imagined from Margorie's perspective, at once haunting and ecstatic, while It's Quiet Now and Jack Morbus seem to descend ever more into the murky depths of the underworld.
Infantile genetic agranulocytosis, morbus Kostmann: Presentation of six cases from the original "Kostmann family" and a review.
Gesunde Ernahrung bei Morbus Bechterew und verwandten Spondyloarthritiden.
van Creveld, "A syndrome characterized by ectodermal dysplasia, polydactyly, chondrodysplasia and congenital morbus cordis.
She was diagnosed with TAO 1 year before surgery at the age of 34 years, whereas she had been diagnosed with Morbus Basedow at the age of 27 years.
(5) (6) By the sixteenth century gout had become firmly associated with riches and "high living,"(from the Latin: "morbus dominorum et dominus morborum.") and subsequently gout became known as the "disease of lords and lord of diseases," an affliction of the wealthy.