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An outbreak of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus skin infections resulting from horse to human transmission in a veterinary hospital.
There are increasing reports of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection and colonization in horses and evidence that MRSA can be transmitted between horses and humans. TheExpand
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Preliminary Report on Observations on the Development of Ova of Fig and Human Ascaris under Natural Conditions, and Studies of Factors influencing Development.
State laboratory reports of Alabama since 1924 show a very low infestation with Ascaris among the general population, it being less than 0.2 per cent in the lower coastal plain and approximating 3Expand
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A Study of the Anthelmintic Efficiency of Higuerolatex in the Treatment of Trichuriasis, with Comment as to its Effectiveness against Ascaris Infestation
Summary 1.  Because of the widespread distribution of trichuris, its undoubted pathogenicity in severe infestations and its probable harmfulness even when harbored in lesser numbers, treatment forExpand
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On Feb. 26, 1913, an eight-month baby, with a harelip and cleft palate, was born in the Presbyterian Hospital. Because of the defects in the mouth and his general weakness, the baby was unable toExpand
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A Death Caused by Ascarides
In the course of the International Health Board's campaign against hookworm disease in the Republic of Panama, on August 26, 1921, in the village of El Pilon in the District of Montijo, Province ofExpand
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