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Weg·e·ner's granulomatosis

n :  an uncommon disease of unknown cause that is characterized esp. by vasculitis of small vessels, by granuloma formation in the respiratory tract, and by glomerulonephritis
Wegener, Friedrich (1970-1990),
German pathologist. Wegener first described Wegener's granulomatosis in 1936, issuing another report in 1939. The disease was actually first described by German pathologist Heinz Karl Ernst Klinger in 1931.

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