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Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: s syndrome
Asherman's syndrome <AS>
Asherman-Syndrom {n}med.
Asperger's syndrome <AS>
Asperger-Autismus {m}psych.
Asperger-Syndrom {n} <AS>psych.
Bálint's syndrome
Bálint-Syndrom {n}med.
Benson's syndrome
Benson-Syndrom {n}med.
Boerhaave's syndrome
Boerhaave-Syndrom {n}med.
Brown's syndrome
Brown-Syndrom {n}med.
Brueghel's syndrome
Brueghel-Syndrom {n}med.
Burnett's syndrome
Burnett-Syndrom {n}med.
Caplan's syndrome
Caplan-Syndrom {n}med.
Charcot's syndrome [also: Charcot syndrome] [amyotrophic lateral sclerosis]
Charcot-Syndrom {n} [amyotrophische Lateralsklerose]med.
Charcot's syndrome [Claudicatio intermittens, Dysbasia intermittens]
Schaufensterkrankheit {f} [ugs.]med.
Dysbasia intermittens {f} [Charcot-Syndrom, Schaufensterkrankheit]med.
Clarkson's syndrome
Clarkson-Syndrom {n}med.
Costen's syndrome
Costen-Syndrom {n}med.
Cotard's syndrome
Cotard-Syndrom {n}psych.
Cushing's syndrome
Cushing-Syndrom {n}med.
Dandy's syndrome
Dandy-Syndrom {n}med.
Devic's syndrome
Devic-Syndrom {n} [Neuromyelitis optica]med.
Down's syndrome
Down-Syndrom {n}med.
Dressler's syndrome
Dressler-Syndrom {n}med.
Froin's syndrome
Nonne-Froin-Syndrom {n}med.
Gopalan's syndrome
Gopalan-Syndrom {n}med.
hairdresser's syndrome [interdigital pilonidal sinus]
Friseurkrankheit {f} [Zwischenfingerhaartaschenerkrankung]med.
Hegglin's syndrome
Hegglin-Syndrom {n}med.
Hoigné's syndrome
Hoigné-Syndrom {n}med.
toxisch-embolisches Syndrom {n}med.
Horner's syndrome [also: Horner syndrome, Bernard Horner syndrome, Claude Bernard Horner syndrome]
Horner-Trias {f} [auch: Horner'sche Trias]med.
Hurler's syndrome [Dysostosis multiplex]
Dysostosis multiplex {f} [Pfaundler-Hurler-Syndrom, Hurler-Krankheit]med.
Kennedy's syndrome [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy syndrome]
Kennedy-Syndrom {n} [Gowers-Paton-Kennedy-Syndrom]med.
Kjer's syndrome
Kjer-Syndrom {n}med.
Korsakoff's syndrome
Korsakow-Syndrom {n}med.psych.
Korsakov's syndrome
Korsakow-Syndrom {n}med.psych.
Laband's syndrome
Zimmermann-Laband-Syndrom {n} <ZLS>med.
Lyell's syndrome
Lyell-Syndrom {n}med.
Meige's syndrome
Meige-Syndrom {n}med.
Milkman's syndrome [also: Milkman syndrome]
Milkman-Syndrom {n}med.
Milkman'sches Syndrom {n}med.
Morquio's syndrome
Morbus Morquio {m}med.
Morton's syndrome
Morton-Syndrom {n}med.
Nothnagel's syndrome
Nothnagel-Syndrom {n}med.
Ollier's syndrome
Ollier-Syndrom {n}med.
Otto's syndrome [also: Otto's disease] [arthrogryposis]
Otto-Syndrom {n} [auch: Otto'sche Krankheit]med.
Purtscher's syndrome
Purtscher-Netzhautschädigung {f}med.
Raynaud's syndrome
Raynaud-Syndrom {n}med.
Reaven's syndrome
Reavens-Syndrom {n}med.
Reiter's syndrome
Reiter-Syndrom {n} [Reiter'sche Krankheit]med.
Sheehan's syndrome
Sheehan-Syndrom {n}med.
Shone's syndrome
Shone-Syndrom {n} [Shone-Komplex]med.
Sjögren's syndrome
Sjögren-Syndrom {n}med.
Slocumb's syndrome
Slocumb-Syndrom {n} [Cortisolentzugssyndrom, Steroid-Pseudorheumatismus]med.
Sneddon's syndrome <SS> [also Sneddon syndrome]
Sneddon-Syndrom {n}med.
Stendhal's syndrome
Stendhal-Syndrom {n}psych.
survivor's syndrome
Überlebenden-Syndrom {n} [auch: Überlebendensyndrom]psych.
Susac's syndrome
Susac-Syndrom {n}med.
Terry's syndrome [Retinopathia praematurorum]
Terry-Syndrom {n} [Frühgeborenenretinopathie]med.
Todd's syndrome
Alice-im-Wunderland-Syndrom {n} <AIWS>psych.
Tourette's syndrome <TS>
Tourettesyndrom {n} <TS>med.
Tourette-Syndrom {n} <TS>med.
Trousseau's syndrome
Trousseau-Syndrom {n}med.
Uhthoff's syndrome
Uhthoff-Syndrom {n} [Uhthoff-Phänomen]med.
wobbler's syndrome <WS> [also: wobbler syndrome]
Wobbler-Syndrom {n} <WS>VetMed.
Young's syndrome
Young-Syndrom {n}med.
Zieve's syndrome
Zieve-Syndrom {n}med.
(Froin's) loculation syndrome
Lokulationssyndrom {n}med.
(Horner's) oculopupillary syndrome
okulopupilläres Syndrom {n} [Horner-Syndrom]med.
Benedikt / Benedikt's syndrome
Benedikt-Syndrom {n}med.
cat's cry syndrome
Katzenschreisyndrom {n}med.
cat's eye syndrome <CES> [also: cat eye syndrome]
Katzenaugensyndrom {n}med.
Da Costa's syndrome
Da Costa-Syndrom {n}med.psych.
de Morsier's syndrome [also: de Morsier syndrome]
de-Morsier-Syndrom {n} [septooptische Dysplasie]med.
DiGeorge / DiGeorge's syndrome
DiGeorge-Syndrom {n} [auch Di-George-Syndrom]med.
Down's / Down syndrome <DS> [trisomy 21]
Downsyndrom {n} <DS> [Trisomie 21]med.
Eisenmenger / Eisenmenger's syndrome
Eisenmenger-Syndrom {n}med.
Eisenmengersyndrom {n} <EMS>med.
Felty / Felty's syndrome
Felty-Syndrom {n}med.
Fong / Fong's syndrome [also: Fong disease]
Nagel-Patella-Syndrom {n} <NPS>med.
Frey's / Frey syndrome
Frey-Syndrom {n}med.
Ganser / Ganser's syndrome
(sogenannter) Scheinblödsinn {m} [Ganser-Syndrom]psych.
Gardner's / Gardner syndrome
Gardner-Syndrom {n}med.
Gaucher's / Gaucher syndrome
Gaucher-Syndrom {n}med.
Gerstmann's / Gerstmann syndrome <GS>
Gerstmann-Syndrom {n} <GS>med.
Gitelman's / Gitelman syndrome
Gitelman-Syndrom {n}med.
Goldenhar's / Goldenhar syndrome
Goldenhar-Syndrom {n}med.
Gradenigo's / Gradenigo syndrome <GS>
Gradenigo-Syndrom {n}med.
Grey's / Grey syndrome
Grey-Syndrom {n}med.
hockey player's syndrome [athletic pubalgia]
Sportlerleiste {f}med.
Horner / Horner's syndrome
Horner-Syndrom {n}med.
Leigh's / Leigh syndrome
Leigh-Syndrom {n}med.
Lejeune's / Lejeune syndrome
Lejeune-Syndrom {n}med.
Leriche / Leriche's syndrome
Leriche-Syndrom {n}med.
Liddle / Liddle's syndrome
Liddle-Syndrom {n}med.
Lobstein / Lobstein's syndrome [Osteogenesis imperfecta tarda]
Lobstein-Syndrom {n}med.
Lou Gehring's syndrome
Lou-Gehring-Syndrom {n}med.
Lowe / Lowe's syndrome <LS>
Lowe-Syndrom {n} <LS>med.
Löffler's / Loeffler's syndrome
Löffler-Syndrom {n}med.
Löfgren's / Löfgren syndrome <LS>
Löfgren-Syndrom {n} <LS>med.
Maffucci's / Maffucci syndrome <MS>
Maffucci-Syndrom {n} <MS>med.
Marion's / Marion syndrome [(congenital) bladder neck obstruction]
Marion-Syndrom {n}med.
Ménière's disease (syndrome) <MD> [spv.] [Meniere's disease (syndrome), Menière's disease (syndrome)]
ménièrescher Symptomenkomplex {m} [Rsv.] [menièrescher Symptomenkomplex]med.
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