The USS Cushing was an American Mahan Class destroyer of 1500 tons displacement launched in 1935. The USS Cushing was powered by four Express type oil-burning boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots and a range of 9600 km. She was armed with five 5 inch dual-purpose guns; four machine-guns and twelve 21 inch torpedo tubes arranged in three quad
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- United States neurologist noted for his study of the brain and pituitary gland and who identified Cushing`s syndrome (1869-1939)
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Harvey Cushing noun
United States neurologist noted for his study of the brain and pituitary gland and who identified Cushing`s syndrome (1869-1939)
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city, Payne county, north-central Oklahoma, U.S., near the Cimarron River. A portion of the Sac and Fox Indian Reservation, the area now known as ...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kush′ing Definitions: 1. Hayward W., U.S. surgeon, 1854-1934. See: Cushing suture
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Type: Term Pronunciation: kush′ing Definitions: 1. Harvey W., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1869-1939. See: Cushing basophilism, Cushing disease, Cushing syndrome, Cushing syndrome medicamentosus, Cushing effect, Cushing phenomenon, Cushing response, Cushing pituitary basophilism
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A disease of the adrenal gland that produces too much of the hormone cortisol. Too much cortisol causes signs including drinking, eating and urinating increased amounts and loss of hair on the body. Also called hyperadrenocorticism.
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