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Opportunistic fungal infections occur with increasing frequency during chemotherapy induced granulocytopenia. A 27-year-old woman developed mucormycosis in the ileocecal region with fatal dissemination to the liver while receiving consolidation therapy for acute T-lymphoblastic leukemia. The...
During a 15-year period Haemophilus species were isolated from unusual anatomical sites in 80 patients, mostly adults. The origin of specimens was pus and swabs from suppurative lesions, fluids from serosal cavities and gall bladder, gut content, and blood in cases with a supposed tissue focus....
Specimens from acute otitis media (AOM) examined in the first quarter of the years 1986, 1987, 1988, and 1989 were reviewed in order to point out any changes in the bacteriological etiology. A total of 1722 specimens were taken in the community and in the hospitals of a county of 500000...
A nationwide outbreak of Lancefield group A streptococcal (GAS) infections in Norway during the season 1987–88 is described. Data were collected from the Norwegian infectious disease notification system and supplemented by active search for cases of bacteraemia and other serious infections in...
Female patients with symptoms of urinary tract infection ( n =1136) were studied in primary health care with respect to (a) clinical symptoms as predictors of bacteriuria; (b) relation between aetiological agent and clinical picture, especially for P-fimbriated Escherichia coli; and (c) clinical...
Since the surveillance of salmonellosis in Sweden is primarily passive, it can be assumed that most of the asymptomatic salmonella infections are never identified. We here report the proportion of asymptomatic and symptomatic salmonella infections in Swedish travellers to different geographic...
The time from infection with HIV to symptoms and AIDS is an important parameter in describing the natural course of HIV infection. We here describe disease progression in a group of 389 homo -and bisexual men. Of these 102 had known dates of infection, and during an average follow-up time of 31...
In order to evaluate the prevalence of antibodies to Legionella species among children in Iceland, a prospective study was conducted in 424 children aged 1 month to 12 years, 28 of whom had an acute respiratory tract infection. Antibody titers to L. pneumophila serogroup 1–6, L. bozemanii, L....
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