Laura Sandberger

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A putative driver of global amphibian decline is the panzootic chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd). While Bd has been documented across continental Africa, its distribution in West Africa remains ambiguous. We tested 793 West African amphibians (one caecilian and 61 anuran species) for the presence of Bd. The samples originated from seven(More)
INTRODUCTION The open repair of the acute Achilles' tendon rupture reduces the incidence of rerupture compared with nonsurgical treatment; however, it yields more surgical complications. Early mobilization of the patients improves the postoperative outcome. Percutaneous suture techniques have a low incidence of rerupture and improve the conditions for early(More)
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