- Saint triad
- (sānt) [Charles Frederick Morris Saint, South African radiologist, 20th century] see under triad.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
Saint triad — hiatus hernia, colonic diverticula, and cholelithiasis, occurring concomitantly … Medical dictionary
Saint's triad — is a medical eponym used to describe the concurrence of the following: # Cholelithiasis # Hiatal Hernia # Diverticular Disease History Saint s triad is named after the South African surgeon C.F.M. Saint who emphasized the importance of… … Wikipedia
triad — 1. A collection of three things having something in common. 2. The transverse tubule and the terminal cisternae on each side of it in skeletal muscle fibers. 3. SYN: portal t.. 4. The father, mother, and child relationship projectively… … Medical dictionary
Saint Jack — Infobox Film | name = Saint Jack caption = First edition cover (book) director = Peter Bogdanovich producer = Hugh M. Hefner Edward L. Rissien writer = Peter Bogdanovich Howard Sackler Paul Theroux starring = Ben Gazzara Denholm Elliott George… … Wikipedia
Saint's triad — the association between gallstone, colonic diverticula (see diverticulum), and hiatus hernia. In a patient with dyspepsia it is important to identify which of these conditions, if any, is causing the symptoms. C. F. M. Saint (1886 1973), South… … Medical dictionary
Saint's triad — the association between gallstones, colonic diverticula (see diverticulum), and hiatus hernia. In a patient with dyspepsia it is important to identify which of these conditions, if any, is causing the symptoms [F. M. Saint (1886–1973), South… … The new mediacal dictionary
Saint — Charles F.M., African surgeon, *1886. See S. triad … Medical dictionary
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Palamas, Saint Gregory — born Nov. 11/14, 1296, Constantinople died 1359, Thessalonica, Byzantine Empire Eastern Orthodox priest. From 1332 he was the chief defender of the school of mysticism known as Hesychasm, which integrated repetitive prayer with bodily postures… … Universalium
ИОАНН ЛЕСТВИЧНИК — [греч. ᾿Ιωάννης τῆς Κλίμακος] (VI VII вв.), прп. (пам. 30 марта и в 4 ю Неделю Великого поста), игум. Синайского монастыря, автор классического произведения визант. аскетической письменности «Лествица Божественного восхождения». Житие Основным… … Православная энциклопедия