Sturge-Kalischer-Weber syndrome

Sturge-Kal·is·cher-Web·er syndrome (sturjґ kahґlish-ər vaґbər) [W.A. Sturge; Siegfried Kalischer, German physician, late 19th century; Frederick Parkes Weber, British physician, 1863–1962] Sturge-Weber syndrome.

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  • Kalischer — Siegfried, German physician, *1862. See Sturge K. Weber syndrome …   Medical dictionary

  • Siegfried Kalischer — Von links nach rechts: Siegfried Kalischer, Edward Flatau, Louis Jacobsohn Lask, Bernhard Pollack; Berlin, um 1900 Siegfried Kalischer (ps. Leitfried[1], * 7. Mai 1862 in Thorn; † nach 1937) war ein deutscher Neurologe und Schriftst …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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