Aaron J Steen

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We investigated the epidemiological and clinical features of cryptosporidiosis, the molecular characteristics of infecting species and serum antibody responses to three Cryptosporidium-specific antigens in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) patients in Kenya. Cryptosporidium was the most prevalent enteric pathogen(More)
BACKGROUND The American Academy of Dermatology recommends dermatologists understand the costs of dermatologic care. OBJECTIVE This study sought to measure dermatology providers' understanding of the cost of dermatologic care and how those costs are communicated to patients. We also aimed to understand the perspectives of patients and dermatological(More)
We present the case of a male infant with violaceous bullae on the scalp that were initially thought to be bullous aplasia cutis but at 3 months of age were diagnosed as a kaposiform hemangioendothelioma. This diagnosis should be considered when evaluating newborns with bullous plaques on the scalp that do not heal in the first 2-3 weeks of life. Kaposiform(More)
Fallout material from an underground thermonuclear detonation was analyzed to determine the presence of several longer lived radionuclides. The following radionuclides were identified: Zr95-Nb95, Rul03, Rul06Rhl06, 1131, Csl37-Bal37, Bal40-Lal4O, Cel4l, Cel44-Prl44, Sc46. Mn54, Y88, Rhl02, W181., W185, and W188-ReI88. Radiotungsten contributed the major(More)
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