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Treatment of cryptococcal meningitis with combination amphotericin B and flucytosine for four as compared with six weeks.
The view is that the four-week regimen should be reserved for patients who have meningitis without neurologic complications, underlying disease, or immunosuppressive therapy; a pretreatment cerebrospinal fluid white-cell count above 20 per cubic millimeter and a serum cryptococcal antigen titer below 1:32.
Infections caused by Mycobacterium szulgai in humans.
- J. Maloney, C. Gregg, D. Stephens, F. Manian, D. Rimland
- Medicine, BiologyReviews of infectious diseases
- 1 November 1987
Pulmonary disease indistinguishable from that caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis was the commonest type of infection caused by M. szulgai and surgical excision appears unnecessary in pulmonary disease but may be indicated in olecranon bursitis.
Treatment of systemic mycoses with ketoconazole: emphasis on toxicity and clinical response in 52 patients. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases collaborative antifungal study.
The results indicate that ketoconazole, in the dosage regimens used, was more effective in patients with histoplasmosis and nonmeningeal cryptococcosis than in Patients with blastomycosis andNonmenseal coccidioidomycotic, and least effective in customers with sporotrichosis.
Cutaneous chromomycosis in renal transplant recipients. Successful management in two cases.
Localized cutaneous chromomycosis occurred in two renal transplant recipients from the south central United States and may not require more aggressive systemic antifungal chemotherapy.
The problem of bacillus species infection with special emphasis on the virulence of Bacillus cereus.
Reversible adrenal insufficiency induced by ketoconazole.
A patient who developed symptoms and signs of hypoadrenalism while receiving an experimentally high daily dose of ketoconazole was reported, and the results of serum and urinary steroid measurements confirmed this clinical impression.
Enteric bacterial flora and bacterial overgrowth syndrome.
- C. Gregg
- MedicineSeminars in gastrointestinal disease
- 1 October 2002
Under certain conditions, colonic bacterial flora can colonize the upper small bowel in concentrations sufficient to cause mucosal damage and malabsorption of nutrients, vitamin B12, and fat-soluble…
Drug interactions and anti-infective therapies.
- C. Gregg
- MedicineThe American journal of medicine
- 1 February 1999
Ketoconazole Treatment of Coccidioidal Meningitis a
- J. Graybill, D. Stevens, W. Dismukes
- Medicine, BiologyAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 December 1988
The clinical responses appeared to be similar in patients receiving high-dose ketoconazole, either alone or combined with AMB, suggesting that there is no clinically significant antagonism of the drugs.
Campylobacter fetus ssp fetus cholecystitis and relapsing bacteremia in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Acute gangrenous cholecystitis and relapsing bacteremia caused by Campylobacter fetus ssp fetus occurred in a patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, probably accounted in part for this unusual phenomenon.