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In this case report, Zika virus was detected in the bloodstream of an infant who was congenitally infected for at least 2 months after birth.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate genotyping and subtyping in antiretroviral (ARV) naïve and experienced children, as well as drug resistance profiles through genotyping in these children. METHODS This… (More)
A case of a 37-week pregnant woman who developed a hemorrhagic syndrome and acute renal failure after contact with Lonomia caterpillars is reported. The accident also initiated labour and the patient… (More)
HIV drug resistance genotype testing, performed on 39 HIV-infected treatment-naive children from 2000 to 2011, identified 5 children (12.8%) with drug resistance mutations: 5.3% to nucleoside reverse… (More)
Streptococcus pyogenes meningitis (SPM) occurs sporadically, even with the increase of invasive streptococcal disease observed in the past years. We reported two cases of SPM in infants to alert… (More)
Low‐temperature photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy was used to estimate the compositional disordering induced by Ga focused‐ion‐beam implantation in a series of strained InGaAs/GaAs quantum wells… (More)
Management of children with HIV/AIDS is specially challenging. Age-related issues do not allow for direct transposition of adult observations to this population. CXCR4 tropism has been associated… (More)
Over the last 3 decades since the first AIDS cases appeared, we have witnessed great progress in therapeutic methodologies that have transformed the evolution of the disease from debilitating and… (More)
Sepsis caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae is rare in neonates although associated with high morbidity and mortality. We report a fatal case of invasive pneumococcal disease in a term neonate whose… (More)
OBJECTIVE Weight and height growth impairment is one of the most frequent manifestations in HIV-infected children and may be the first sign of disease, being considered a marker of disease… (More)