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Twenty-four percent (7/29) of human immunodeficiency virus—infected women seen at Walter Reed Army Medical Center between 1983 and 1986 presented with a history of chronic refractory vaginal candidiasis. In addition to vaginal candidiasis, all patients were found to have oral thrush on physical...
Dr Jordan Katz and colleagues in the Department of Anesthesia, University of California, San Diego, in 1981 presented the second edition of their book Anesthesia and Uncommon Diseases: Pathophysiologic and Clinical Correlations.1 The first edition, published in 1973, had met a need in the...
The advent of brain death criteria and the increasing use of a new immunosuppressive agent, cyclosporine, have produced a quantum leap in the applicability of organ transplantation to the treatment of human disease.1 Although the Uniform Anatomical Gift Act passed by Congress and adopted by all...
On the one hand, this book represents an act of piety on the part of Dr Kolder, who saw to completion the unfinished work of Dr Phelps. Charles Phelps, head of ophthalmology at the University of Iowa, died at 48 years of age of malignancy. On the other hand, the finished product should be useful...
The Ehrlichia are tick-borne rickettsial organisms that cause disease in animals throughout the world but that have been previously recognized as human pathogens only in Asia. We have identified six patients with serological evidence of recent infection with an Ehrlichia: a fourfold or greater...
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