Guido Leporati

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We describe two concurrent outbreaks of Serratia marcescens and Klebsiella pneumoniae in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Over a 16-month period, a total of 27 infants were either colonized (N=14) or infected (N=13). There were 15 cases of S. marcescens and 11 cases of K. pneumoniae. Both micro-organisms were involved in one fatal case. Seven preterm(More)
We describe an alveolar adenoma of the lung with 3 previously unreported findings, which expand both the clinical and the morphologic spectrum of this rare tumor: presentation as a cystic nodule, foci of mature adipocytes, and S-100 positivity of the mesenchymal cells. Furthermore, using a laser capture microdissection technique under microscope(More)
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