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Romberg

Sigmund. 1887--1951, US composer of operettas, born in Hungary. He wrote The Student Prince (1924) and The Desert Song (1926)
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Parry Romberg syndrome is a sporadic and rare condition that has been reported to be more common in females, [7-11,12-14] without apparent geographic or ethnic predilection.
Consider, for example, "Gaucleamus igitur" in The Student Prince, or the end of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" during the refrain of "Your Land and My Land" from Romberg's My Maryland [1927]).
In addition, the elderly showed an improvement in static balance as measured by the tandem Romberg test, although this improvement only showed a trend toward statistical significance.
Romberg, an expert on cross-Taiwan Strait relations who constantly said Taiwan was important to regional peace, passed away Tuesday (local time) in the U.S.
Finally, in order to improve the accuracy of the integral, the random Romberg algorithm is applied to (29) and [bar.Y](0, [omega]).
The SOT enables comparison of vestibular, visual, somatosensory, preferential, and global scores, and Romberg's quotient.
The anatomic changes seen in Parry Romberg syndrome disturb the growth potential of hard tissue during active growth periods.
A case of extensive left-sided facial atrophy of Romberg. Natl J Maxillofac Surg.
In order to evaluate the static balance the Romberg test and the sensitive Romberg.
Dix-Hallpike test is used to confirm benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, Unterberger and Romberg gait are the posture tests, Head Impulse Test and Dynamic Visual Acuity test are used to assess vestibulo-ocular reflex stability during eye and head movements.
Big Girl's Don't |Night's Dream by productions at On the bill is an evening of songs and ensembles from some of the world's greatest composers including Lehar, Gluck, Mozart, Romberg, Kalman and, of course, The Strauss Family.