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- Adolf Weil was a German physician after whom Weil's disease is named.
- Adolf Weil was a German professional motocross racer. He competed in the FIM 250cc and 500cc Motocross Grand Prix world championships as a rider for the Maico factory racing team during the 1960s and 1970s.
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- died on (4 years ago) in Solingen
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Dictionary of Nursing (2010)
Over 11,000 Terms Clearly Defined by Director Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics and Roy L Furman Professorship of Law Lawrence Lessig
After Adolf Weil (1848–1916), physician in ...
Dictionary of Medicine (2014)
by P.H. Collin
Adolf Weil (1848 1916), physician in Estonia who also ...
[Adolf Weil, physician in Wiesbaden, born 1848]. See disease. Weil's test (wilz) [Richard Weil, contemporary New York physician]. See under test. Weill's sign (vélz) [Edmund Weill, contemporary French physician].
[Adolf Weil, physician ia Wiesbaden, 1848-1916]. See disease. Weil's test (wflz) [Richard Weil, ...
Containing All the Words and Phrases Generally Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences, with Their Proper Pronunciation, Derivation, and Definition by George Milbry Gould, Richard John Ernst Scott
[Adolf Weil, German physician, 1848- ]. An infectious disease somewhat resembling typhoid fever, accompanied by muscular pain and grave disturbance of the digestive organs. W.'s syndrome, unilateral hyperesthesia of ...
by Caroline Wormeley Latimer
[Adolf Weil, German physician, born 1848.] Wcissmann's fibers. F's within the muscle-spindle. Welcher's angle.
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