Eduardo Rabadão

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Most of the patients with immunodeficiency virus infection (75%-85%) are coinfected with cytomegalovirus. It is estimated that cytomegalovirus disease develops in 45% of them, mainly those presenting low CD4 cell counts (< 100/mm3). Retinitis is the most common manifestation of reactivated cytomegalovirus disease (85%), followed by other extra ocular sites(More)
INTRODUCTION Brucellosis is an endemic zoonosis in Portugal. Brucellar spondylodiscitis is one of the most frequent focal manifestations which may cause severe sequelae despite appropriate therapy. MATERIAL AND METHODS Retrospective study of patients with diagnosis of brucellar spondylodiscitis admitted to the Infectious Diseases Department of Centro(More)
The authors report a clinical case of an isolated oral histoplasmosis in a hemodialysis patient that presented with fever of unknown origin and had an unremarkable physical examination. During the investigation, a Gallium scan showed uptake in the oral cavity and soon after the oral cavity examination revealed a granulomatous lesion on the tooth 26.(More)
INTRODUCTION In Portugal, the prevalence of hepatitis A virus infection has decreased in the past decades, especially in young adults. The aim of this study was to detect the prevalence of antibody to hepatitis A virus in a population observed in our Travel Clinic. MATERIAL AND METHODS Antibodies against hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human(More)
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