B R Vatsala

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Culture-proven cases of enteric fever (182) were studied during the period May 1991 to April 1992; 39 per cent of the children were below 3 years. There was male preponderance. Infants presented within first few days of onset of fever with severe systemic manifestation, such as repeated convulsion, puffiness of face and oedema, massive hepatomegaly, and(More)
Sixteen cytolethal distending toxin-producing enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (CLDT+ EPEC) strains of six different serogroups were included in this study. The strains showed varying adherence patterns on HEp-2 cells, i.e. six strains showed localized adherence (LA), five strains exhibited diffuse adherence (DA) and five strains were non-adherent.(More)
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