David H Lipschultz

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Fungal urinary tract infections are increasingly prevalent in the elderly in acute and chronic care settings. This randomized trial compares the efficacy and safety of oral fluconazole with the efficacy and safety of bladder irrigation with amphotericin B for treatment of funguria (> or = 10,000 cfu/mL of urine) in 109 hospitalized elderly patients. A(More)
The use of drugs as premedication for child patients to be treated in the office may provide the dentist with an adequate means of controlling the patient otherwise incapable of cooperation. Drug dosages for children cannot be determined alone on the basis of weight and age, especially when dental treatment is to be provided. Alphaprodine and promethazine;(More)
Craniometaphyseal dysplasia, often referred to as Pyle's disease, is a hereditary disease involving the expansion of the metaphyses of the long bones, giving the appearance of an Erlenmeyer flask. There is diffuse hyperostosis of the entire cranial vault, along with absence or decreased development of the paranasal sinuses. In the case presented here the(More)
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