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Five case of intestinal cryptosporidiosis with pulmonary involvement in patients with AIDS are reported. The diagnosis was based on the recognition of acid-fast oocysts in sputum or aspirated bronchial material and stool specimens. Coughing and excess secretions were present in all cases. Four patients had other associated pulmonary pathogens: two(More)
This study determines the optimal number of faecal samples that should be examined in order to minimize the occurrence of false-negative results in the diagnosis of cryptosporidiosis using routine techniques. A total of 23,023 faecal samples from 10,870 patients submitted for parasitological examination were processed by the formalin-ethyl acetate(More)
A comparison between the standard formalin-ethyl acetate (FEA) stool concentration procedure (centrifugation at 400 g for 2 min) and a modification proposed to increase the recovery of Cryptosporidium oocysts (500 g for 10 min) was performed on 73 formalin-preserved stool specimens known to be positive for Cryptosporidium. False-negative results were(More)
We present an explicit polynomial solution method for surface generation. In this case the surface in question is characterized by some boundary configuration whereby the resulting surface conforms to a fourth order linear elliptic Partial Differential Equation , the Euler-Lagrange equation of a quadratic functional defined by a norm. In particular , the(More)
The seasonal distribution of cryptosporidiosis in children in Aragón, a region in northeastern Spain, was determined. Over a period of six years (October 1988 to September 1994), 10,034 stool samples from 4,508 children with gastrointestinal symptoms were analyzed for this purpose. The age of the patients ranged from 1 month to 14 years.Cryptosporidium(More)