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Simultaneous bilateral avulsion fractures of the tibial tuberosity in adolescence: A case report and review of over 50 years of literature.
Simultaneous bilateral avulsion fractures of the tibial tuberosity is a rare injury. Since it was first described in 1955, there have been eight similar cases. We have reviewed each of these reportsExpand
COMPARISON OF FLOW‐RELATED HABITAT EVALUATIONS DOWNSTREAM OF LOW‐HEAD WEIRS ON SMALL AND LARGE FLUVIAL ECOSYSTEMS
The focus of within-channel restoration is the placement and construction of instream habitat structures to enhance the capture of organic detritus and aufwuchs, as well as, colonization byExpand
Detection of Borrelia Burgdorferi and Borrelia Lonestari in Birds in Tennessee
ABSTRACT Lyme disease in the United States is caused by the bacterial spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi s.s. (Johnson, Schmid, Hyde, Steigerwalt, and Brenner), which is transmitted by tick vectorsExpand
Should Total Hip Arthroplasty be Performed Acutely in the Treatment of Acetabular Fractures in Elderly or Used as a Salvage Procedure Only?
Background: Total hip arthroplasty (THA) is now an increasingly common procedure for people sustaining acetabular fractures. The incidence of acetabular fractures among the elderly population isExpand
Twenty-four new species of Polycentropus (Trichoptera, Polycentropodidae) from Brazil
Abstract Twenty-four new species of the caddisfly genus Polycentropus (Insecta: Trichoptera: Polycentropodidae) occurring in Brazil are diagnosed, described, and the male genitalia of each areExpand
Southeastern caddisfly fauna: origins and affinities
About 40% of the 1369 Nearctic caddisfly species occur in the southeastern portion of North America, with 12% being endemic to it. Using techniques of cladistic historical biogeography, generalizedExpand
Five new species of Polycentropodidae (Trichoptera) from Ecuador and Venezuela
Diagnoses, descriptions and illustrations of male genitalia are given for four new species of the Polycentropus gertschi group, Polycentropus cressae n. sp., Polycentropus neblinensis n. sp.,Expand
Phylogeny of the Polycentropus Insularis Species-Group (Trichoptera : Polycentropodidae)
The Polycentropus insularis species-group comprises five Neotropical species, one occuring in the Lesser Antilles and the others variously distributed in northern South America and southern CentralExpand
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