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Several conclusions of importance to studies on the epidemiology of heartwater were drawn from an investigation in which the numbers of adult Amblyomma hebraeum ticks, to which a closed herd of Hereford cattle were exposed over a period of 6 1/2 years, were manipulated. With a tick Cowdria ruminantium infection rate of 3-5%, an endemically stable situation(More)
INTRODUCTION Urinary stones are relatively frequent in pregnant women and raise specific diagnostic and therapeutic problems. The authors conducted a retrospective review of the management of this disease in their establishment. PATIENTS AND METHODS Between January 1999 and December 2003, out of a total of 10,398 parturients, 48 pregnant women were(More)
The authors have operated on 22 cases of chronic instability of the ankle. The anterior part of the lateral ligament was reinserted in the lateral malleolus. Only 18 patients were followed up. 15 had a good result, 2 had a recurrent sprain after trauma and one had a poor result. The authors consider that this technique, combined with proprioceptive(More)
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