Wagner disease

Wagner disease
Медицина: болезнь Вагнера (наследственная дегенерация сетчатки и стекловидного тела с сопутствующими аномалиями - катаракта, мелкие глазницы, микрогнатия, расщелина нёба и т.д.), витреоретинальная дистрофия Вагнера, витреоретинальная дегенерация Вагнера, гиалоидно-ретинальная дегенерация Вагнера, синдром Вагнера, эрозивная витреоретинопатия

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  • Wagner-Jauregg, Julius — orig. Julius Wagner, knight von Jauregg born March 7, 1857, Wels, Austria died Sept. 27, 1940, Vienna Austrian psychiatrist and neurologist. Knowing that malaria could be controlled with quinine and having observed that patients with some nervous …   Universalium

  • Wagner von Jauregg, Julius —    (pronounced [VAAG ner] fon [YOW Reg])    (1857–1940)    Initiator of the malarial fever cure for neurosyphilis, Wagner was born in a small town in Upper Austria, into the family of a provincial bureaucrat. (His father, Adolf Johann Wagner,… …   Historical dictionary of Psychiatry

  • Wagner-Jauregg , Julius — (1857–1940) Austrian psychiatrist Wagner Jauregg was born at Wels in Austria and educated at the University of Vienna, where he gained his MD in 1880. Finding it difficult to obtain an academic post in orthodox medicine, he turned to psychiatry… …   Scientists

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