Eduardo López-Corella

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Rabies virus is a highly neuronotropic virus that causes encephalomyelitis. Rabies virus infection was studied in neurons in the brain of an 8-year-old girl that died of rabies in Mexico. The extent of the neuronal infection was evaluated quantitatively in neuronal cell types of the brain using histologic staining for Negri bodies and immunoperoxidase(More)
Infection by Mycobacterium bovis is not infrequently identified in Mexico. Its relation to nonpasteurized milk products ingestion is well recognized with primary infection usually in the intestinal tract. The term "abdominal tuberculosis" includes peritoneal as well as primary and secondary intestinal tuberculosis. The clinical differentiation of these(More)
Rarely, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) presents with bullous lesions due to severe edema and hydropic degeneration of the basal layer, or as a subepidermal blistering disease. Here, we describe two Mexican teenagers, one with SLE with blisters and another with bullous SLE. We also discuss the mechanisms and clinical implications of lesion formation in(More)
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