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Three hundred fifty-seven isolates of Fusobacterium necrophorum from human infections in Denmark were consecutively collected over a 3 year period for the purpose of establishing the minimum requirements for rapid and reliable routine identification of Fusobacterium necrophorum using phenotypic characters. The first 40 isolates were fully characterized by… (More)
A three-year-old girl developed purulent arthritis and her nine-month-old younger brother meningitis with Haemophilus influenzae type b, after an interval of 43 days. Attention should be drawn to the spread of Haemophilus disease other than meningitis.
Congenital abnormalities are described as anomalies involving structure, metabolic or endocrine processes, or genetic coding that is present in the newborn at the end of the pregnancy. Neural tube defects are the most common abnormality of the central nervous system, probably second only to cardiac defects when considering major congenital anomalies.… (More)