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Synonyms for Wernicke

German neurologist best known for his studies of aphasia (1848-1905)

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In contrast to Wernicke, Theodor Meynert, another prominent scientist in Germany, never accepted the new structure due to his belief that all white matter pathways ran horizontally.
Wernicke encephalopathy after bariatric surgery: A systematic review.
They applied Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in the middle of the fMRI scan to temporarily disable the Wernicke area in the participants' brains.
Gabriella Wernicke, MD, MSc, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, Stich Radiation Center, 525 E 68th St, New York, NY 10065 (e-mail: gaw9008@med.
An added benefit is that thiamine can prevent Wernicke encephalopathy (4).
The five-year-old daughter of Sholokhov was bred by Gestt Etzean and sold as a yearling at the BBAG sale for EUR43,000 to Stall Salzburg, whose owner Hans-Gerd Wernicke confirmed the sale yesterday.
He's worked with plenty of the big-name directors--Robert Wilson, Herbert Wernicke, Willy Decker and now, with Nixon, for the first time, Peter Sellars.
Wernicke is affiliated with California Institute of Technology.
It begins with the original description given by Carl Wernicke and goes on to the syndrome classifications set down by Harold Goodglass and the Boston School (Goodglass and Kaplan 1983).
Hans Jurgen Wernicke, deputy chairman Sud-Chemie, commented: "While our product range is consistently focused on adsorbents and catalysts, we believe that only in a very long-term would we have been able to achieve the critical mass for a sustainable perspective of the innovative but young peripheral Nanofil business.
But the investigators also appear to have found that perhaps the best area to treat in most individuals is the Wernicke area, which is the seat of receptive language function.
However, Wernicke encephalopathy (cerebral Beriberi), a clinical manifestation of thiamine deficiency, has rarely been associated with cancer patients.
During a brief interview outside the conference center late on the evening of September 9, Wernicke complained: "Here we talk about cooperation and transparency, and the UN itself is closing down the window.