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Einthoven

[ ahynt-hoh-vuhn ]
/ ˈaɪntˌhoʊ vən /
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noun

Wil·lem [vil-uhm], /ˈvɪl əm/, 1860–1927, Dutch physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1924.

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Einthoven
/ (Dutch ˈɛɪnthoːvə) /

noun

Willem. 1860–1927, Dutch physiologist. A pioneer of electrocardiography, he was awarded the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1924
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Einthoven
[ īnthō′vən ]
Willem 1860-1927

Dutch physiologist. He won a 1924 Nobel Prize for his contributions to electrocardiography.
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