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Potential role of cattle egrets, Bubulcus ibis (Ciconiformes: Ardeidae), in the dissemination of Amblyomma variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) in the eastern Caribbean.
- J. Corn, N. Barré, B. Thiebot, T. Creekmore, G. Garris, V. Nettles
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of medical entomology
- 1 November 1993
The potential role of cattle egrets, Bubulcus ibis, in the dissemination of Amblyomma variegatum in the eastern Caribbean was evaluated and it was demonstrated that these birds could serve as disseminators of the tick. Expand
[Evaluation of the diagnosis of pigmented tumors of the skin and factors leading to a decision to excise. Dermatologists of the Postgraduate Association of Haute-Normandie].
- H. Collas, M. Delbarre, +22 authors P. Joly
- Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie
- 1 June 1999
The results suggest the possibility of reducing the number of nevi removed when the melanoma risk was considered clinically poor, and emphasizes the limits of clinical semiology and the need for future diagnostic methods in the assessment of melanoma. Expand
Potential sources of infection for BSE cases born in France after 1996
An investigation was conducted to determine the source of infection of the BASB cases, with the focus being on the feeding of animals’ feed, and the role of bovine feedstuffs as thesource of infection was estimated. Expand
[Neurotrophic ulcerations in the area of the trigeminal nerve in Wallenberg's syndrome].
Two new cases of neurotrophic ulceration of the trigeminal nerve associated with Wallenberg syndrome are reported, which supports the argument for the dominant physiopathologic hypothesis: ulcerations due to multiple microtraumatisms caused by the thermoalgic anesthesia. Expand
Modeling Original Water Saturation in the Transition Zone of a Carbonate Oil Reservoir
Modeling and Validation of Initial Water Saturation in the Transition Zone of Carbonate Oil Reservoirs
Alternate dual-engergy gamma-ray attenuation technique: A new tool for three-fluid saturation measurements in lOR flood experiments
Many oil recovery processes, such as gas injection or gas-cap expansion in an already water-flooded zone, or water-alternate-gas flooding, involve three-phase flow. A new dual-energy gamma-ray… Expand
Cycling Fractured Reservoirs Containing Volatile Oil: Laboratory Investigation of the Performance of Lean Gas or Nitrogen Injection