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First isolation of Rickettsia conorii from human blood in Croatia.
AIM To detect and isolate rickettsial strains from blood samples of patients with presumptive diagnosis of Mediterranean spotted fever (MSF) in the coastal region of south Croatia, and to compare theExpand
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Chronic fatigue syndrome after Q fever.
BACKGROUND Q fever is a common and acute but rare chronic zoonosis caused by Coxiella burnetii. Its acute form manifests as atypical pneumonia, flu-like syndrome, or hepatitis. Some authors observedExpand
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A child with Bartonella henselae osteomyelitis of the right humerus.
We present a case of a 22-month-old child with swollen upper part of the right arm and osteolytic lesion of the right humerus, which resembled a neoplastic process. Epidemiological history revealedExpand
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[The biggest epidemic of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Croatia].
INTRODUCTION The largest outbreak of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) to date occurred in Croatia in the year 2002. The epidemic started in winter, lasted throughout spring to summerExpand
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Chronic renal function impairment following hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome - Is it possible?
Aim: To investigate the possibility of permanent renal function impairment and other organ lesions following hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS). Methods: Data on 30/37 patients infectedExpand
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Zoonoses and vector-borne diseases in Croatia - a multidisciplinary approach.
Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases create constant and serious concerns for public health. The majority of emerging infectious diseases (EID) are wildlife zoonotic diseases and vector-borneExpand
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Dinara - new natural focus of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in Croatia.
AIM To investigate the characteristics and determine risk factors for hantanvirus infection in natural focus of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) on the Dinara Mountain, where outbreak ofExpand
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[Is permanent renal function damage possible after hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome?].
AIM To investigate the possibility of permanent renal function impairment and other organ lesions following hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS). METHODS Data on 30/37 patients infectedExpand
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