G R F Joaki

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SETTING Adult medical wards of a central hospital in Blantyre, Malawi. OBJECTIVE To measure the prevalence and outcome of mycobacteraemia in febrile hospitalised adults, and to determine what proportion could be identified using routine methods; to assess clinical indicators of mycobacteraemia, and the usefulness of a diagnostic trial of anti-tuberculosis(More)
AIMS To investigate ocular disease in patients with tuberculosis (TB) and HIV in Africa presenting with fever, and to determine if indirect ophthalmoscopy is useful in the diagnosis of mycobacteraemia. METHODS A prospective study of all adult patients admitted with fever to a large central hospital in Malawi, Africa. All recruited patients had an(More)
AIMS To investigate ocular disease in Malawian patients with tuberculosis (TB) and HIV in presenting with fever, and to determine if indirect ophthalmoscopy is useful in the diagnosis of mycobacteraemia. METHODS A prospective study of all adult patients admitted with fever to Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Blantyre. All recruited patients had an(More)
The aims of the study were to measure the prevalence and outcome of mycobacteraemia in febrile hospitalised adults; to determine what proportion could be identified using routine methods; to assess clinical indicators of mycobacteraemia and the usefulness of a diagnostic trial of anti-TB treatment. We prospectively examined adults with fever or a history of(More)
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