Two-letter country codes are mostly used as a part of language letters, e.g. both “Japan” and “Japan” are abbreviations for “Japanese” (広島). As far as I remember, “England” is always translated, because “England” is a geographical place. “Germany” is translated only when referring to “German” people, but “German” is translated when referring to the government, or a company.
In your case, “England” is translated because “Italy” is a geographical place. If you want to make a new text for “Italy”, you should use “Italy” in both cases.
Venous leg ulcerations: clinical and therapeutic characteristics in a series of 57 cases.
The study of venous leg ulcerations in a series of 57 patients admitted over a period of 5 years shows that the incidence of venous leg ulcerations is very high. This high rate was observed in subjects with a hypercoagulable state, several risk factors being involved. The clinical and therapeutic results are satisfactory. Thanks to adapted follow-up, venous leg ulcerations can have a favourable prognosis.[Effects of excimer laser on normal and pathological corneal fibroblasts in vitro].
To evaluate the effects of the excimer laser on normal and pathological corneal fibroblasts in vitro and analyze the expression of cytokeratin and nestin in the corneal stroma after treatment. The cultured corneal stromal fibroblasts of rats (C3H strain) and rabbits (New Zealand strain) were divided into normal group, low power group, middle power group, high power group, and burning group. The cell viability, cytokeratin expression, and nestin expression were detected in vitro. The viability of the C3H strain corneal fibroblasts was higher than that of the N.Z. strain (P
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