Erin Fleming

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Mineral licks--also known as "salados," "saladeros," or "collpas"--are specific sites in tropical and temperate ecosystems where a large diversity of mammals and birds come regularly to feed on soil. Although the reasons for vertebrate geophagy are not completely understood, animals are argued to obtain a variety of nutritional and health benefits from the(More)
Of the 42 million people infected with HIV-1 worldwide, 30 million are in Africa. However, the HIV-1 subtypes prevalent in Africa are not the same that are prevalent in North America and Western Europe. In these developed regions, subtype B is responsible for the vast majority of HIV infections, whereas in sub-Saharan Africa subtypes A and C, and to a(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the management strategy for a multidrug-resistant (MDR) Klebsiella urinary tract infection (UTI). CASE SUMMARY A 69-year-old Caucasian woman with a past medical history of recurrent UTIs and a right-lung transplant presented with fever to 101.4°F, chills, malaise, and cloudy, foul-smelling urine for approximately 1 week. She was(More)
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