[ koor-nand, -nuhnd; French koor-nahn ]
/ ˈkʊər nænd, -nənd; French kurˈnɑ̃ /
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André Fré·dé·ric [ahn-drey frey-dey-reek], /ɑ̃ˈdreɪ freɪ deɪˈrik/, 1895–1988, U.S. physiologist, born in France: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1956.
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British Dictionary definitions for Cournand
/ (ˈkʊənənd, -nænd, French kurnɑ̃) /
André (Frederic). 1895–1988, US physician, born in France: shared the 1956 Nobel prize for physiology or medicine for his work on heart catheterization
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Medical definitions for Cournand
André Frédéric 1895-1988
[ kur′nănd, -nənd, kōōr-näɴ′ ]
French-born American physician. He shared a 1956 Nobel Prize for developing cardiac catheterization.
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