Ramon y Cajal


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Ra·món y Ca·jal

 (rä-mōn′ ē kä-häl′), Santiago 1852-1934.
Spanish anatomist. He shared a 1906 Nobel Prize for his research on the nervous system, especially his theory that the neuron is its fundamental unit.
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Noun1.Ramon y Cajal - Spanish histologist noted for his work on the structure of the nervous system (1852-1934)
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Rather, this striking image is one among the thousands of scientific images created by Santiago Ramon y Cajal, one of the most influential neuroscientists of all time.
El parte medico del Hospital Ramon y Cajal de Madrid, donde le tratan, dice que <<presenta una alteracion para la emision del lenguaje como consecuencia de una enfermedad desmielinizante de origen inmunologico>>.
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Mas alla de sus notables descubrimientos cientificos, un dato que sorprende es que Santiago Ramon y Cajal haya nacido en una pequena villa aragonesa que en los albores del siglo xx contaba con 2500 habitantes.
Researchers from the Hospital Ramon y Cajal in Madrid administered blood-sugar tests to 808 patients over the age of 60 who were admitted to hospitals in Spain and Italy.
Spanish physician and Nobel laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934) made important contributions to science.
One team, led by researchers from the Hospital Ramon y Cajal, Madrid, Spain, followed families who showed hearing loss.
What became known as Golgi's method was later used by Spanish neuroanatomist Santiago Ramon y Cajal to reveal much about the organization of the nervous system.
De forma caracteristica, todos aquellos que nos dedicamos al estudio de la biologia y del funcionamiento del cerebro somos seguidores de otro Santiago, apellidado Ramon y Cajal.
In some women, the syndrome is so driven by insulin resistance that it may resolve completely with weight loss," said the endocrinologist, of the Hospital Ramon y Cajal in Madrid.
Con estas cortas y ensonadoras lineas quiso Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934) explicar en sus "Recuerdos de mi vida" las motivaciones internas que lo llevaron a dedicarse, de manera exclusiva, a la exploracion del sistema nervioso hacia 1887, cuando contaba con 35 anos de edad y acababa de ser nombrado catedratico numerario de Histologia e Histoquimia normales y Anatomia Patologica de la Universidad de Barcelona (1).