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The suprahyoid region extends from the base of the skull to the hyoid bone and includes the pharyngeal, parapharyngeal, parotid, carotid, masticator, retropharyngeal, and perivertebral spaces, as well as the oral cavity. The areas that can be explored by ultrasound include the parotid, carotid, and masticator spaces; the oral cavity; the submandibular and(More)
We consider cooperative reactions and we study the effects of the interaction strength among the system components on the reaction rate, hence realizing a connection between microscopic and macroscopic observ-ables. Our approach is based on statistical mechanics models and it is developed analytically via mean-field techniques. First of all, we show that,(More)
During the last years, through the combined effort of the insight, coming from physical intuition and computer simulation, and the exploitation of rigorous mathematical methods, the main features of the mean field Sherrington-Kirkpatrick spin glass model have been firmly established. In particular, it has been possible to prove the existence and uniqueness(More)
The infrahyoid region of the neck includes the visceral, anterior cervical, posterior cervical, carotid, retropharyngeal, and perivertebral spaces. The visceral space contains the thyroid, parathyroid glands, larynx, hypopharynx, the cervical trachea, and esophagus, the recurrent laryngeal nerve. The carotid space contains two parts, which extend from the(More)
Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations of travelling pulses and spiral waves in the lattice Lotka-Volterra model Chaos 22, 023141 (2012) The Ising model and critical behavior of transport in binary composite media Diffusion in the presence of cylindrical obstacles arranged in a square lattice analyzed with generalized Fick-Jacobs equation Lattice cluster theory of(More)
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