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*  Salomon Moos
His better known research involved diseases of the inner ears' labyrinth. Moos is credited with being the first physician to ... Uber Pilzinvasion des Labyrinths im Gofolge von Masern (Concerning fungal infection of the labyrinths in association with ... Among his better known written works was a translation of Joseph Toynbee's "Diseases of the Ear" as Lehrbuch der ... point out that in certain infectious diseases, micro-organisms within the labyrinth negatively affect hearing and equilibrium. ...
*  Marcel Lermoyez
It is considered a variant of labyrinth idropsy, similar to Ménière's disease. While Ménière's disease is chronic and ... Traité des affections de l'oreille, 1921 - Treatise on diseases of the ear. In addition to his own writings, he made ... He made contributions in the research of diseases such as tuberculosis of the ear, otosclerosis, and otogenous meningitis. In ... in the vestibular labyrinth, with no long term consequence for the cochlea. Marcel Lermoyez @ Who Named It Who Named It ( ...
*  Robert Lumsden
Lumsden spent time in Rome studying the treatment of Ménière's disease by destruction of the labyrinth of the inner ear by ... 1961). Logan Turner's Diseases of the Nose, Throat, and Ear (6 ed.). John Wright & Sons (Bristol). CS1 maint: Uses editors ... In 1961 Lumsden was assistant editor on the sixth edition of Arthur Logan Turner's 1924 textbook Logan Turner's Diseases of the ...
*  Volta (album)
Björk drew inspiration from her own bout with the disease, and an emotionally moving viewing of the film Pan's Labyrinth. "The ...
*  Ménière's disease
Symptoms are believed to occur as the result of increased fluid build up in the labyrinth of the inner ear. Diagnosis is based ... Finally in 1995, the list was again altered to allow for degrees of the disease: Certain - Definite disease with ... Ménière's disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear that is characterized by episodes of feeling like the world is spinning ( ... Ménière's disease usually starts confined to one ear; it appears that it extends to both ears in about 30% of cases. People may ...
*  Albert Alexander Gray
The Labyrinth of Animals (1908) The Ear and its Diseases (1910) Otosclerosis (1917) The Mechanism of the Cochlea (1924) co- ... He immediately began to specialise in diseases of the ear. He practiced at Glasgow Royal Infirmary and lectured at Glasgow ...
*  Migraine-associated vertigo
The two may be linked by genetic factors or by vascular damage to the labyrinth. Ménière's disease - There is an increased ... Ménière's disease may go on for days or even years, while migraines typically do not last longer than 24 hours. Motion sickness ... Felisati G, Pipolo C, Portaleone S (June 2010). "Migraine and vertigo: two diseases with the same pathogenesis?". Neurol. Sci. ... of migraine in patients with Ménière's disease and migraine leads to a greater susceptibility of developing Ménière's disease. ...
*  Hamburg Dungeon
The Labyrinth of the Lost is a mirror maze. The visitor stands in an Inquisition court where they are accused of sins against ... There is a recreation of a Plague-ravaged Hamburg street, where the effect the killer disease had in the city in 1664 is ...
*  Anabantiformes
Pinter, H. (1986). Labyrinth Fish. Barron's Educational Series, Inc., ISBN 0-8120-5635-3 Chanphong, Jitkasem. (1995). Diseases ... The snakeheads and the anabantoids are united by the presence of the labyrinth organ, which is a much-folded suprabranchial ...
*  Until the End of the World
He finishes the novel about her adventure and gives it to her, curing her of "the disease of images." Meanwhile, Sam wanders ... into the rocky desert labyrinths with his own screen and is ultimately rescued by the Aborigines. Henry is taken by the CIA ...
*  Anisodus tanguticus
... while Anisodine has been used clinically for migraine and diseases of the fundus occuli due to vasospasm. The population of A. ... dilating the capillaries and improving microcirculation in the bony labyrinth; ...
*  Head Full of Honey
... but it lost out to Labyrinth of Lies. Retired vet Amandus (Dieter Hallervorden) suffers from Alzheimer's disease. A speech he ... Because of his disease, Amandus causes a disaster which leads to Sarah moving out. Niko now believes that moving his father to ... Ehlers (Tilo Prückner) that visiting places the sick person knows well can help living with the disease. They start their trip ... Roxborough, Scott (27 August 2015). "Oscars: Germany Picks 'Labryinth of Lies' for Foreign Language Category". The Hollywood ...
*  Bartram Educational Forest
Third, researchers use the forest to learn about plant diseases and genetics. Finally, it is a favorite destination for outdoor ... Bartram Forest also contains a stone labyrinth, used for meditative and other purposes. Georgia Forestry Commission: Bartram ...
*  Minotaur (comics)
With the help of Ariadne, Theseus made his way through the labyrinth and killed the Minotaur with his sword. During his visit ... Miklos Vryolak had suffered from an unknown disease which was beyond the cure of any medicine. His father Dr. Vryolak ... For several years, King Minos used his labyrinth to imprison his prisoners so that the Minotaur can kill them. One day, Theseus ... The Minotaur's corpse was later transported back to the labyrinth in Greece. Matsu'o Tsurayaba and the Hand were later led to ...
*  Dave Martin (screenwriter)
At the beginning of 2007 Martin, a smoker, was diagnosed with lung cancer; he died of the disease in March. He is survived by ... They also worked together on the 1975 children's science fantasy television serial Sky and Into the Labyrinth. In 1986, he ...
*  Perilymph
... the bony labyrinth and the membranous labyrinth. The membranous labyrinth is contained within the bony labyrinth, and contains ... also been suggested that perilymph and endolymph participate in a unidirectional flow that is interrupted in Ménière's disease ... The membranous labyrinth is suspended in the perilymph. The perilymph in the bony labyrinth is continuous with the ... Between the outer wall of the membranous labyrinth and the wall of the bony labyrinth is the perilymphatic space which contains ...
*  Anabantoidei
Labyrinth fish are not born with functional labyrinth organs. The development of the organ is gradual and most labyrinth fish ... 1995). Diseases of Giant Gourami, Osphronemus goramy (Lacepede) Archived January 6, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.. The Aquatic ... The labyrinth organ helps the inhaled oxygen to be absorbed into the bloodstream. As a result, labyrinth fish can survive for a ... The fish in the Anabantoidei suborder are known as anabantoids or labyrinth fish. Some labyrinth fish are important food fish, ...
*  Karl Grünberg (otologist)
Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Labyrintherkrankungen, 1908 - Contributions to the knowledge of labyrinth disorders. Handbuch der ... Otitic diseases of the brain, meninges and sinuses. Lehrbuch der Ohren-, Nasen- und Kehlkopf-Krankheiten. Nach klinischen ... known for his research on the pathological anatomy of the ear's labyrinth. He studied medicine at several German universities, ... Vorträgen für Studierende und Ärzte (12th edition, 1930; with Otto Körner) - Textbook of ear, nose and throat diseases. ...
*  Devil's Acre
The area had a high rate of mortality from diseases such as typhoid and in 1848 Great Peter Street, Perkin's Rent, Duck Lane ... Close under the Abbey of Westminster there lie concealed labyrinths of lanes and courts, and alleys and slums, nests of ... ignorance, vice, depravity, and crime, as well as of squalor, wretchedness, and disease; whose atmosphere is typhus, whose ...
*  Inner ear
The labyrinth can be divided by layer or by region. The bony labyrinth, or osseous labyrinth, is the network of passages with ... Another condition has come to be known as autoimmune inner ear disease (AIED). It is characterized by idiopathic, rapidly ... The membranous labyrinth runs inside of the bony labyrinth. There is a layer of perilymph fluid between them. The three parts ... Ear labyrinth Inner ear Temporal bone Internal ear Ear Hearing Outer ear Middle ear Torres, M., Giráldez, F. (1998) The ...
*  Ethmoid hematoma
... is a progressive and locally destructive disease of horses. It is indicated by a mass in the paranasal sinuses ... Large hematomas usually start within the ethmoid labyrinth, and smaller ones tend to begin on the sinus floor. The hematoma ...
*  Amsterdam Dungeon
Labyrinth of Lost Amsterdam: A disorientating and eerie mirror maze themed around the winding, disorientating streets of ... where the devastating effect the killer disease had in the city in 1664 is vividly animated. Reaper: Drop Ride to Doom, is a ...
*  Labyrinthula
"Perspectives on the wasting disease of eelgrass Zostera marina" (PDF). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 7: 211-221. doi:10.3354/ ... A labyrinth is a synonym of a maze, reflecting the ectoplasmic net, which gives the protist a net-like shape which resembles a ... The interest in Labyrinthula arose as it has been identified as the cause of the "wasting disease", which led to the death of ... Interest in Labyrinthula started when it was defined as the cause of the "wasting disease". An epidemic happened in the 1930s ...
*  Fawwaz bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Fawwaz bin Abdulaziz died in Paris on 19 July 2008, at the age of 74, after suffering from a disease. His funeral was held in ... "Saudi Arabia's Succession Labyrinth". IRGA. Retrieved 4 May 2012. "His Royal Highness Prince Fawaz bin Abdulaziz". Ministry of ...
*  Ed Warby
... "about a man about to die from a lung disease." The Burden of Grief (2009) Lacrima Mortis (2012) Lost in the New Real (2012) …Of ... Frost and War (2008) On Divine Winds (2010) III: The Rommel Chronicles (2013) Labyrinth of Dreams (1992) False (Nuclear Blast ...
*  Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo
The inside of the ear is composed of an organ called the vestibular labyrinth. The vestibular labyrinth includes semicircular ... Other diseases: (labyrinthitis, Ménière's disease, and migraine, etc.) A number of maneuvers have been found to be effective ... Within the labyrinth of the inner ear lie collections of calcium crystals known as otoconia or otoliths. In patients with BPPV ... It is a type of balance disorder along with labyrinthitis and Ménière's disease. Diagnosis is typically made when the Dix- ...