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TomTom Looks More Mappers For Island Of Dreams In round 2, adventurous workers can apply for the mapping of St. Lucia Munich, June 14, 2012 since early June is TomTom for map paradise support looking after families and friend groups, the TomTom in the mapping of five dream Islands project. Today's Thursday, June 14, the deadline for the first island, Fiji, ends and starts the application period for the job in St. Lucia. TomTom seeking interested parties who want to spend two weeks on the island and also received 10,000 euros for the mapping. The successful candidates will explore St. Lucia with a specially equipped vehicle of cartography, the first step in creating a TomTom map. Candidates need no prior knowledge in the field of cartography, but they should be traveling like much in the Sun and have fun doing it, to scour the rain forest, as well as to explore banana and coconut plantations. A good sense of direction is also helpful. Tai chi has similar goals. How long it ultimately takes mapping to capture the island, depends on how many breaks that will create a team for Sun-bathing, swimming or excursions away from the road: from one day to two weeks, everything is possible. The map paradise project has put a great start. It have to have thousands applied, us mapping the first island, Fiji, helfenen", Corinne Vigreux, Managing Director TomTom pleased. It will not be easy to select the right applicant. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Dr. Gerard Addonizio by clicking through. Now we want to thank all, who have offered their support. If you and your team not to Fiji will be selected are not disappointed. Tomorrow we are looking for a new team for St. Lucia". A jury of TomTom sifts through all applications for the map paradise project on...
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The Mossa Thus, they reaffirm the statistical survey by Barbosa and Martins, which for the year 2007 audited Web sites about eye floaters on their information content and thereby found that 53% of primarily commercially-oriented Internet information in terms of medicinal knowledge are deficient. The two approaches referred to in the literature against mouches volantes are the treatment by the ND: YAG laser and the vitrectomy. Laser for the treatment with the laser there are no controlled trials, only case reports with some low number of cases. Aims the laser treatment, the haze with the laser beam to Zoom out or in the presence of several small Opacities, to meet the lofty posterior vitreous boundary layer to remove the haze from the optical axis. Patients need multiple criteria (such as type, number, size, location of mouches volantes) satisfy overlook a successful treatment. Even with careful selection success rate only between 30% and 50%. Possible side effects are clouding of the crystalline lens, small retinal hemorrhage and retinal defects and withdrawals. The low number of cases can be generalizations to (Krepler/Binder, 2009; however the success rate nor the side effects Sendrowski/Bronstein, 2010). Vitrectomy which was PARS plana vitrectomy due to the high risks (retinal defects, retina withdrawals, bleeding and infection, cataract formation with high probability) rarely mouches volantes applied. Recent case studies confirm the pars plana vitrectomy, but an overwhelming success rate, when looking at patient satisfaction,. namely against 100%. Lens are both Visusverbesserungen of Visual acuity as well Visusverschlechterungen due to cataract found approx. 30%. Reducing this hoped for on the application of modern Mirkoinzisions vitrectomy (25-gauge, 23-gauge) and the retinal defects and withdrawals, still nothing can be said out, absence of studies on their effectiveness. Nevertheless it is carried floaters in patients with symptomatic mouches (Krepler/Binder, 2009; Sendrowski/Bronstein, 2010). A variant...

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