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Letter in response to Ihedioha U, Mackay G, Leung E, Molloy RG, O’Dwyer PJ (2007) Laparoscopic colorectal resection does not reduce incisional hernia rates when compared with open colorectal
Dear Sir, In postoperative studies with sufficient follow-up, primary incisional hernia rates for patients who have undergone laparotomy are 11–20% [1–3]. The benefits of laparoscopic colorectalExpand
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The baculovirus EGT gene
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Evaporation enhancement from evaporation ponds using collector plate units
Water is vital for human activity. In the past abundant fresh water supplies were believed to be limitless. In the last two decades dwindling reserves of freely accessible water at the surface andExpand
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Describing the Systems of Life
Games and interactive works have existed for decades but only recently have been viewed in an artistic context. Expand