[fee-buh-ger; Danish fee-bee-guh r] /ˈfi bə gər; Danish ˈfi bi gər/
Johannes Andreas Grib
[yoh-hah-nis ahn-dre-ahs greeb] /yoʊˈhɑ nɪs ɑnˈdrɛ ɑs grib/ (Show IPA), 1867–1928, Danish pathologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1926.
Johannes Andreas Grib (joˈhanəs anˈdreːas ɡrɪb). 1867–1928, Danish physician: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1926) for his work in cancer research
Fibiger Fi·bi·ger (fē’bē-gər), Johannes Andreas Grib. 1867-1928.
Danish pathologist. The first to produce cancer experimentally, he won a 1926 Nobel Prize.
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noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the branch of optics that deals with the transmission of light through transparent fibers, as in the form of pulses for the transmission of data or communications, or through fiber bundles for the transmission of images. fiber optics n. An optical system in which light or an image […]
fibromyositis fi·bro·my·o·si·tis (fī’brō-mī’ə-sī’tĭs) n. Chronic inflammation of a muscle with an overgrowth of the connective tissue.
fibromyxoma fi·bro·myx·o·ma (fī’brō-mĭk-sō’mə) n. A benign tumor that contains a large amount of mature fibroblasts and connective tissue.