Daniel Wolk

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We report 3 cases of extraperitoneal bladder rupture in the absence of pelvic girdle disruption. The existence of this injury suggests that a mechanism other than that classically described for an extraperitoneal rupture is present. An etiology analogous to an intraperitoneal bladder rupture is proposed. It is suggested that in some patients this(More)
  • D. W. Tiedje, J. M. Timmis, +21 authors H. Zumft
  • Archives of Microbiology
  • 2004
The aim of "Archives of Microbiology" is the communication of significant research documented by accurate unambiguous data presented in an easily readable form. The style and the quality of the journal depends to a great extent on the referees, who give valuable criticism to the authors concerning the content and form of the submitted papers. These time(More)
2 In 1972, an interdisciplinary research group called the Club of Rome predicted worldwide catastrophe by 2050 (Meadows et al. 1972). They based their prediction on three trends they thought they observed: increasing scarcity of nonrenewable natural resources, increasing environmental degradation, and continuing population growth. They saw the combination(More)
Molecular testing methods have the potential to replace many conventional microbiology laboratory assays. Recent refinements in technology have resulted in more user-friendly testing platforms. These platforms are automated and have lowered risks for contamination, decreased costs, and are faster than older platforms. The success of these technologies(More)
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