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A single-intramuscular-dose immunization regimen with a penicillin G-streptomycin combination was compared with three oral-dose amoxicillin regimens for the capacity to prevent Streptococcus sanguis infections of experimentally induced valvular heart lesions in rabbits. Challenge doses of 10(4), 10(6), and 10(8) CFU of a strain of S. sanguis equally(More)
  • R Pujadas, E Escriva, +5 authors J Garau
  • Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
  • 1990
A regimen of a single intramuscular dose of penicillin G-streptomycin was compared with regimens of three oral doses of amoxicillin and two oral doses of penicillin V to prevent Streptococcus sanguis endocarditis in rabbits with experimentally induced valvular heart lesions. Challenge doses of 10(4), 10(6), and 10(8) CFU of a strain of S. sanguis highly(More)
CASE REPORT The case of 44 year old male patient with palpebral ptosis and trigeminal neuralgia as presenting sign of fourth ventricle ependymoma is reported. After surgical treatment, the patient developed a residual paresis of the sixth cranial nerve. DISCUSSION Horner's syndrome occurs due to an alteration of the sympathetic innervations of the eye and(More)
Four oral penicillin V regimens were compared for the ability to prevent Streptococcus sanguis infection of experimentally induced valvular heart lesions in rabbits. Challenge doses of 10(4), 10(6), and 10(8) CFU of a penicillin-susceptible strain of S. sanguis were used in this study. Measured by recovery of test organisms from endocardial lesions, the(More)
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