Madelyn Flammia

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This paper describes the main epidemiological findings in 203 patients with tinea capitis and in seven other patients with dermatophytosis that had also extended to the scalp. The patients were observed over a 9-year period (from 1985 to 1993) at the Department of Dermatology of the University of Florence. Tinea capitis was the fourth most frequent(More)
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce readers to various factors that can affect the management of international virtual teams. In examining this topic, the authors provide an overview of what each factor is, note how each factor can create problems in international virtual teams, and explain how effective management—or informed approaches to managing(More)
In this paper, the definitions of rigid and flexible rotors, the rotor-dynamic analysis procedure, and the design criteria defined in the American Petroleum Institute (API) standard 541 are reviewed and compared to API 684. The definition of the quasi-flexible rotor is introduced, as it is not covered by the standards. The influence on critical speeds and(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the degree of nodal involvement (extracapsular vs intracapsular) on survival of 121 patients radically resected for gastric adenocarcinoma with nodal metastases at the Department of Clinica Chirurgica I of "La Sapienza" University of Rome. Patients with extracapsular nodal metastases had a worse 10-year(More)
Intercultural Communication: A New Approach to International Relations and Global Challenges has four parts with a total of 10 Chapters aimed at the general public. The recurring concept used throughout the book is 'mindful communicator', defined as " interactions with members of other cultures in which an individual strives to understand the cultural(More)
Global citizens are those individuals who understand the complex and interdependent nature of the world and who take action to address global issues at a local level. Many faculty members recognize the need to prepare students for the demands of global work and citizenship. In this chapter, the author demonstrates how virtual team projects are an ideal(More)