C H Skulakis

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BACKGROUND The finite element analysis (FEA) is a recently introduced method in biomechanics that permits modeling of complex structures considering them as an aggregate of small elements. Skin flaps are highly suggested to be amenable to the continuum mechanic laws that underly the development of FEA. OBJECTIVE A combination of "large deformation(More)
A total of 300 Streptococcus pyogenes isolates, collected during 2001 from five hospitals in the Thessalia district (Central Greece), were examined for their resistance to macrolides. Resistance to erythromycin was detected in 58 isolates (19.3%). Of these, 68.9% were susceptible to clindamycin (M-phenotype) and carried the mefA gene. Of the remaining(More)
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