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Guidance on vaccination of HIV‐infected children in Europe
This research presents a novel and scalable approach called “Smart Vaccine Assisted Doping for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control (SABCS) that combines conventional and innovative approaches to provide real-time information about the antiretroviral defences of HIV in children. Expand
Antiretroviral therapy, fat redistribution and hyperlipidaemia in HIV-infected children in Europe
Objectives: To estimate prevalence of body fat redistribution and dyslipidaemia in HIV-infected children and to assess associated risk factors, ultimately to inform the definition of lipodystrophy inExpand
PENTA guidelines for the use of antiretroviral therapy, 2004
Decisions about starting antiretroviral therapy can now be based on a recent large meta‐analysis of the predictive value of CD4 and HIV RNA viral load in nearly 4000 untreated children, which is discussed in these updated guidelines. Expand
[Ovarian teratomas in children].
Antitoxoplasma antibodies in mothers in labour and their newborn children.
A serological investigation on antitoxoplasma antibodies of women in labour and their newborn babies was carried out on a population sample representative of a defined geographical area, and assumptions on their meaning are put forward. Expand
Vascular Thoracic Fibrous Adipose Tissue (New Disease)
The described chest wall neoplasm is an example of how the pathologic classification is rapidly evolving thanks to new diagnostic techniques the therapeutic choices of benign primary lesions that generally occur as formations in sharp and regular margins, with a growth pattern of expansive and slow type. Expand
[3 cases of congenital leukemia].
Clinical and Molecular Anatomy of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors (GIST)
The study carried out shows that the markers are the key to the histological diagnosis of GIST and introduced anti-angiogenic therapy with administration of sunitinib at a dose of 50mg/die for 4 weeks every 6 weeks for the purpose of inhibiting tumor growth with a time of disease-free interval longer. Expand