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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Major organization : SERVICIO MADRILEO DE SALUD, HOSPITAL UNIVERSITARIO RAMON Y CAJAL (Q2877004H)
David Saceda-Corralo, M.D., Ph.D., from Ramon y Cajal University Hospital in Madrid, and colleagues used three tools (the Dermatology Life Quality Index [DLQI], the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale [HADS], and the Revised Illness Perception Questionnaire [IPQ-R]) to examine dermatology-specific HRQOL, anxiety and depression, and perception of disease among 82 female patients with FFA.
Tras ser tratado en el Hospital Universitario Ramon y Cajal de Madrid, Lobato esta recuperando poco a poco el habla, como el mismo esta relatando en las redes sociales y ya ha empezado a acudir a algunos actos publicos.
Collaborative compiled and co-edited by the team of Roy Llera Blanes (Ramon y Cajal Fellow at the Spanish National Research Council) and Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic (Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh), "Being Godless: Ethnographies of Atheism and Non-Religion" is comprised of an informative Introduction (Godless People, Doubt, and Atheism) and Afterword (On Atheism and Non-Religion), and six erudite and impressively written essays by experts in the field.
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.
Hospital Ramon y Cajal, Spain) and Morley (geriatric medicine and endocrinology, Saint Louis U.) compile 21 chapters by European and US specialists in geriatrics, neurology, and other medical fields who discuss sarcopenia and its definition, clinical relevance, nosology, pathophysiology, clinical identification, and treatment.
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.
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. Este ano se cumple el centenario de que tan insigne investigador recibiese el Premio Nobel por su contribucion excepcional a la histologia y organizacion celular del sistema nervioso del hombre y de otras muchas especies animales, por lo que parece conveniente dedicar unas lineas al recuerdo de su legado.