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Lengthening of the congenital short femur using the Ilizarov technique: a single-surgeon series.
We present a retrospective review of a single-surgeon series of 30 consecutive lengthenings in 27 patients with congenital short femur using the Ilizarov technique performed between 1994 and 2005.Expand
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On a collection of humble-bees from Northern Iran
Eine Aufsammlung von Bombus- und Psithyrus-Arten in den Kaspischen Provinzen des Nordiran, hauptsachlich aus Mazandaran, und im zentralen Elbrus aus den Jahren 1965 bis 1968 wird vorgestellt. ZumExpand
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Notes on some palaearctic and oriental Systropha, with descriptions of new species and a key to the species (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Halictidae)
An annotated list of the palaearctic and oriental species of the genus Systropha Illiger, 1806, includes additional records for some less well-known species. A lectotype is designated for SystrophaExpand
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On Palaearctic and Oriental species of the genera Pseudapis W.F. Kirby, 1900, and Nomiapis Cockerell, 1919 (Hymenoptera, Halictidae, Nomiinae).
Eine phylogenetische Analyse palaarktischer und orientalischer Nomaniinae bestatigt die bisher ubliche Praxis, sie zwei Gattungen, Pseudapis W. F. Kirby, 1900, und Nomiapis Cockerell, 1919,Expand
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A remarkable new leaf-cutter bee from Thailand (Hymenoptera: Magachilidae).
Die bemerkenswerte und als neu erkannte Blattschneiderbienen-Art, Megachile trichorhytisma Engel sp. n. wird beschrieben. Die Beschreibung wird erganzt durch Abbildungen verschiedener Ansichten desExpand
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Carbon fibre plates in the treatment of femoral periprosthetic fractures.
A retrospective review of fractures occurring around the femoral component of total hip replacements was performed using patient notes and X rays. Between 1996 and 2002, 12 patients with total hipExpand
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C. G. Ehrenberg and W. F. Hemprich's Travels, 1820–1825, and the Insecta of the Symbolae Physicae
The travels of C. G. Ehrenberg and W. F. Hemprich in Egypt, the Sudan, Abyssinia and the Lebanon between 1820 and 1825 are outlined. The publication of the results of their collecting is summarized,Expand
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The Faunæ Ligusticæ Fragmenta of Massimiliano Spinola (1805).
The Faunae Ligusticae Fragmenta, Decas Prima, 1805, was the first and only part to be printed of a projected work on the insects of Liguria. It was printed at the expense of its author, MassimilianoExpand
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A new Malayan Andrena (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
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