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The outpatient colonization study included 974 children (Table 1; online Technical Appendix Figure 1).
Few studies have focused on risk factors for colonization by MRSA, and to our knowledge, no study has specifically examined the risk factors for colonization in orthopaedic surgery patients undergoing spine surgery or total hip and knee replacement surgery.
The colonization percentage of DSE was highest in winter to spring and lowest in the rainy season (Table 1).
All issued decisions against Syria are oppressive and aim to set a new colonization in the region," said Qobeissi.
aureus colonization may be a risk factor for maternal infections, but it does not appear to be associated with neonatal infections," said Dr.
At a time when world leaders passionately call for direct talks, I call on them to exert the same level of passion to preventing Israel from continuing its colonization process in the occupied Palestinian territory, particularly in East Jerusalem" Dr.
All colonization, even the most restricted, must continue in defiance of the will of the native population.
But even if you've played one of these games before, if you haven't had the fortune to try the original Colonization then you're in for a bit of a shock.
For most of the Journal's history Cornish and Russwurm did not support West African colonization, but they published articles that informed readers about events taking place in Africa and Haiti.
From these data, I constructed Bayesian phylogenies of relationships, and used these to test phylogenetic predictions for each hypothesized colonization route.
BOSTON -- Women with increased levels of type-specific serum antibody against group B streptococci may be protected from vaginal colonization by those serotypes, a study has shown.