Frederick Schreuder

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Foot and mouth disease (FMD) is endemic in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the Kruger National Park (KNP) and surrounding game parks in South Africa. The last outbreak of the disease in domestic stock outside the FMD control zone occurred in 1957. Due to the success in containing the disease, the country was accorded zone freedom from FMD without(More)
Terbinafine is a new antifungal agent for oral treatment of dermatomycosis. Seven patients are reported who developed taste loss after treatment with terbinafine. In four of them, taste loss was complete while one patient was still able to taste sweet products, and a second and third patient no longer tasted salty and sweet products, respectively. In all(More)
It is mandatory to provide patients with information that includes warning of the risks of an operation when giving informed consent. Due to the increasing prevalence of breast cancer, with the current estimated lifetime risk being one in nine for women in the UK, the need for postmastectomy reconstruction has subsequently increased. A common and favored(More)
Necrotizing fasciitis is a rare condition, but has a devastating clinical course if it is not diagnosed early and treated aggressively. There are usually a number of organisms implicated in its pathogenesis, but in this case report a patient is presented in whom the only organism isolated from both tissue and blood cultures was Clostridium septicum. This(More)
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