- Splen·do·re-Hoep·pli phenomenon (splen-dorґra hurґple) [Alphonso Splendore, Italian physician in Brazil, 1871â€“1953; Reinhard J. C. Hoeppli, Swiss parasitologist, 1893â€“1973] see under phenomenon.
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