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Cutaneous tuberculosis of the penis and sexual transmission of tuberculosis confirmed by molecular typing.
A case of culture-positive primary cutaneous Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection of the penis was diagnosed in a male patient; 1 year later, endometrial tuberculosis was diagnosed in the patient's
HIV-Associated CMV Retinitis Occurring in the Setting of a High CD4+ Count: What about AIDS Definitions?
TLDR
This patient had a very adequate circulating CD4+ lymphocyte count, yet despite this he developed an ,AIDS-indicator' disease, and it would seem reasonable to postulate that any revised definition of AIDS/'advanced HIV infectionrelated immunodeficiency' which concentrates on the absoluteCD4+ cell count could potentially mislead clinicians and patients and create a false sense of security.
The Apotropaic “Witch posts” of Early Modern Yorkshire: A Contextualization
Abstract In houses in Yorkshire there remain carved posts of some antiquity, marked with a distinct X, whose provenance is unknown. These are known locally as “witch posts.” Understanding these as
The Roman Actor, Metadrama, Authority, and the Audience
Early modern debate about the legitimacy of theater concerns the question of the author's authority in relation to that of the licensing authorities and their informers. Here the fear of
Conclusion: No One Is There–Ubiquity and Invisibility
  • B. Angus
  • Art
    Intelligence and Metadrama in the Early Modern…
  • 1 January 2019
Being by the nature of the function shadowy figures, these ubiquitous informers rarely emerge to us as named individuals and the perception of this is also contemporary, as one writer laments in
Introduction: Errant Intelligence –The Devil’s Own
  • B. Angus
  • Art
    Intelligence and Metadrama in the Early Modern…
  • 1 January 2019
The introduction firstly identifies the defining characteristics, important contexts, and devices of early modern metadrama; it then elaborates on popular conceptions of the informer-figure, and
‘Subtle sleights’: Amity and the Informer in Damon and Pithias
  • B. Angus
  • Art
    Intelligence and Metadrama in the Early Modern…
  • 2019
The informer-figure permeates the conditions of early modern dramatic production and haunts the vagaries of reception towards which such ventures must look. Richard Edwards’s Damon and Pythias
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