H L Naiman

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A case of severely symptomatic giardiasis in a school for the mentally retarded prompted an epidemiologic survey of the institution. The rate of parasitic infection in the children were just under 50%. Multiple infections were common and one child harboured five different protozoa. The yield included known pathogens (Giardia lamblia, Metorchis conjunctus(More)
Clinical experience with counterimmunoelectrophoresis (CIE) in a large university teaching center was reviewed for 1,042 specimens from 667 patients over a 2,5-year period. Urine was the fluid tested most frequently, and infants six to 12 months of age were most frequently positive. For analysis, diagnostic categories were separated into meningitis and(More)
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