Lissauer


Lissauer
Heinrich, German neurologist, 1861–1891. See L. bundle, L. column, L. fasciculus, L. tract, L. marginal zone, column of Spitzka-L..

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  • Lissauer — noun A surname …   Wiktionary

  • lissauer's — lis·sau·er s …   English syllables

  • LISSAUER, ERNST — (1882–1937), German poet and playwright. Born in Berlin, his earliest publications were two volumes of verse: Der Acker (1907) and Der Strom (1912). Lissauer is, however, remembered as the composer of the Hymn of Hate (Hassgesang gegen England,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Lissauer's tract — Lis·sau·er s tract lis au̇ ərz n DORSOLATERAL TRACT Lissauer Heinrich (1861 1891) German neurologist. Lissauer published a description of the dorsolateral tract in the spinal cord in 1885. He died before he could publish his observations on an… …   Medical dictionary

  • Lissauer paralysis tract (column marginal zone) — Lis·sau·er paralysis, tract (column, marginal zone) (lisґou ər) [Heinrich Lissauer, German neurologist, 1861–1891] see under paralysis and see tractus posterolateralis …   Medical dictionary

  • lissauer's tract — ˈliˌsau̇ə(r)z noun Usage: usually capitalized L Etymology: after Heinrich Lissauer died 1891 German neurologist : a slender column of white matter between the dorsal gray column and the periphery of the spinal cord …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lissauer column — tractus posterolateralis …   Medical dictionary

  • Lissauer paralysis — an apoplectiform type of general paresis …   Medical dictionary

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