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Goldflam disease

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  • Goldflam disease — Goldflam Erb disease myasthenia gravis …   Medical dictionary

  • Goldflam disease — Gold·flam disease (gōltґflahm) [Samuel Vulfovich Goldflam, Polish neurologist, 1852–1932] myasthenia gravis …   Medical dictionary

  • Erb-Goldflam disease — Erb Gold·flam disease (erbґ gōltґflahm) [W.H. Erb; Samuel V. Goldflam, Polish neurologist, 1852–1932] myasthenia gravis …   Medical dictionary

  • Erb-Goldflam disease — myasthenia gravis …   Medical dictionary

  • Goldflam-Erb disease — Gold·flam Erb disease (gōltґflahm erbґ) [S.V. Goldflam; Wilhelm Heinrich Erb, German neurologist, 1840–1921] myasthenia gravis …   Medical dictionary

  • Disease — Illness or sickness often characterized by typical patient problems (symptoms) and physical findings (signs). Disruption sequence: The events that occur when a fetus that is developing normally is subjected to a destructive agent such as the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Goldflam — Samuel V., Polish neurologist, 1852–1932. See G. disease …   Medical dictionary

  • Samuel Goldflam — Samuel Wulfowicz Goldflam (Warsaw, February 22, 1852 – August 26, 1932) was a Polish neurologist best known for his brilliant 1893 analysis of myasthenia gravis (Erb Goldflam syndrome). LifeGoldflam received his education in his native city of… …   Wikipedia

  • Wilhelm Heinrich Erb — (November 30, 1840 1921) was a German neurologist who was a native of Winnweiler, Palatinate. In 1864 he received his medical degree from the University of Heidelberg, and for several years was an assistant to pathologist Nikolaus Friedreich… …   Wikipedia

  • myasthenia — Muscular weakness. [G. mys, muscle, + astheneia, weakness] m. angiosclerotica SYN: intermittent claudication. m. gravis a disorder of neuromuscular transmission marked by fluctuating weakness and fatigue of certain …   Medical dictionary

  • myasthenia gravis — myasthenia gra·vis grav əs, gräv n a disease characterized by progressive weakness and exhaustibility of voluntary muscles without atrophy or sensory disturbance and caused by an autoimmune attack on acetylcholine receptors at neuromuscular… …   Medical dictionary

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