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Oppenheim disease

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  • OPPENHEIM, HERMANN — (1858–1919), German neurologist and researcher of the nervous system. Oppenheim, born in Warburg, published many studies on the anatomy and pathology of the brain, the spinal cord, and the peripheral nerves. He improved the methods for examining… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 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

  • Oppenheim — Hermann, Berlin neurologist, 1858–1919. See O. disease, O. reflex, O. syndrome, Ziehen O. disease …   Medical dictionary

  • Oppenheim reflex — dorsiflexion of the big toe on stroking downward along the medial side of the tibia, seen in pyramidal tract disease …   Medical dictionary

  • Oppenheim’s disease — congenital lack of muscular development of the ankles and feet …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Hermann Oppenheim — (January 1, 1858, Warburg May 5, 1919, Berlin) was one of the leading neurologists in Germany. He studied medicine at the Universities of Berlin, Göttingen and Bonn. He started his career at the Charité Hospital in Berlin as an assistant of Karl… …   Wikipedia

  • Minor's disease — Classification and external resources ICD 9 336.1 Minor s disease, a syndrome involving the sudden onset of back pain and paralysis caused by haemorrhage into the spinal cord substance, was named after the Russian neurologist, Lazar Salomowitch M …   Wikipedia

  • Dystonia — Involuntary movements and prolonged muscle contraction, resulting in twisting body motions, tremor, and abnormal posture. These movements may involve the entire body, or only an isolated area. Symptoms may even be "task specific," such… …   Medical dictionary

  • amyotonia — Generalized absence of muscle tone, usually associated with flabby musculature and an increased range of passive movement at joints. [G. a priv. + mys, muscle, + tonos, tone] a. congenita an indefinite term for a …   Medical dictionary

  • Ziehen — Georg T., German psychiatrist, 1862–1950. See Z. Oppenheim disease …   Medical dictionary

  • GENETIC ANCESTRY, JEWISH — Background The human genome refers to approximately three billion chemical letters (nucleotides) comprising the sequence of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in almost every cell of each human being. There are four different nucleotides (adenine,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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