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a computer program that prowls the internet looking for publicly accessible resources that can be added to a database

a skillet made of cast iron

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Both are believed to have been bitten by brown recluse spiders.
The diagnosis of brown recluse spider bite is overused for dermonecrotic wounds of uncertain etiology.
Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of bite of aggressive house spider (compared to brown recluse spider bite).
We sought to determine the lethal minimum thermal limits of brown recluse spiders by exposing them to brief 4-hour or prolonged 30-da (= day) periods over a range of temperatures lower than 4[degrees]C, the point at which Hite et al.
According to entomologists, the brown recluse spider isn't aggressive.
The clinical characteristics of brown recluse spider bites treated by family physicians: an OKPRN Study.
In this article, we report the cases of 3 women who experienced a brown recluse spider bite-one on the upper lip, one on the earlobe, and one on the eyelid.
Brown recluse spiders must have been found in the region, and other probable or proved bites must have occurred recently.
a staff research associate with the department of entomology at the University of California, Riverside, who is considered an expert on the brown recluse spider.
Key Words: brown recluse spider, Loxosceles reclusa, loxoscelism, spider envenomation
Frances Medical Center read the initial reports of anthrax following the terrorist attacks in 2001, his interest was piqued by the fact that several of the early cases of cutaneous disease were misdiagnosed as loxoscelism-- bites of Loxosceles reclusa, the brown recluse spider.
I heard that if you get bitten by a brown recluse spider and you don't do a anything to help it, The wound will get bigger.
Red cell lysis induced by the venom of brown recluse spider.
These were the ones that covered the Black Widow Spider, the Funnel Web Spider, the Bolas Spider, the Brown Recluse Spider, the Water Spider, the Nursery Web Spider, the Wolf Spider, the Purse Web Spider, the Orb Weaver Spider, the Crab Spider, and the Tarantula.
History should exclude the possibilities of Lyme disease, rickettsia pox, and brown recluse spider bites.