Bárány

[ bah-rahn-yuh ]
/ ˈbɑˌrɑn yə /

noun

Ro·bert [roh-bert], /ˈroʊ bɛrt/, 1876–1936, Austrian physician: Nobel Prize 1914.

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British Dictionary definitions for Bárány

Bárány
/ (German ˈbɑːranɪ) /

noun

Robert . 1876–1936, Austrian physician; devised the Bárány test, which detects diseases of the semicircular canals of the inner ear: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1914
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Medical definitions for Bárány

Bárány
[ bärän′yə ]
Robert 1876-1936

Austrian physician and otologist. He won a 1914 Nobel Prize for research on the balancing system of the inner ear.
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