A M Makdoembaks

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In a general practice in Amsterdam Southeast in 1998 a delayed first attack of Plasmodium ovale infection was diagnosed in a 13-year-old girl from Ghana, malaria tropica with a low parasitaemia index in a 43-year-old Ghanaian man and a 8-year-old Ghanaian girl, and Plasmodium vivax infection in a 44-year-old Surinam woman. The Ghanaian patients had visited(More)
One man and two women (aged 30, 44 and 46, respectively) were seen between 1987 and 1992 with a myelopathy caused by the human T-cell lymphotropic virus type I (HTLV-I). The first symptoms were impaired gait in the man and micturition disorders in the women. Diagnosing took 2 to 4 years, possibly due to the fact that many Dutch physicians are unfamiliar(More)
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