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Activities of Several Antimicrobials againstMycobacterium ulcerans Infection in Mice
ABSTRACT Mycobacterium ulcerans inoculated into the footpads of mice at 6 × 103 CFU was shown to have a generation time of 6.5 days when estimated from weekly changes in microscopic counts ofExpand
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Bactericidal Activity of Rifampin-Amikacin against Mycobacterium ulcerans in Mice
ABSTRACT To identify the most active curative treatment of Buruli ulcer, two regimens incorporating the use of rifampin (RIF) were compared with the use of RIF alone in a mouse footpad model ofExpand
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Activities of New Macrolides and Fluoroquinolones against Mycobacterium ulcerans Infection in Mice
ABSTRACT Mice infected in the left hind footpad with 5 log10acid-fast bacilli of Mycobacterium ulcerans were divided into an untreated control group and 17 treatment groups that received one of theExpand
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Dermatite atopique : un référentiel d'éducation du malade
Resume Introduction L’education therapeutique s’applique a de nombreuses maladies chroniques. Elle vise a ameliorer la prise en charge de ces maladies en developpant les competences des malades. LaExpand
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[A guide for education programs in atopic dermatitis].
BACKGROUND Education about therapy applies to many chronic diseases. The aim is to improve patient management through the development of certain skills by patients themselves. Atopic dermatitis is anExpand
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Infections associated with totally implantable venous access devices (TIVAD) in human immunodeficiency virus-infected patients.
We report on a retrospective study evaluating infectious morbidity associated with totally implantable venous access devices (TIVAD) (Port-A-Cath) in HIV-infected patients. This study of 84Expand
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Objectif. Preciser les caracteristiques du prurit dans une population selectionnee de malades ayant une serologie VHC positive. Malades et methodes. Une etude retrospective (janvier 1993 a avrilExpand
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Brain stem encephalitis due to varicella-zoster virus in a patient with AIDS.
We describe a patient infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) who had localized brain stem encephalitis due to varicella-zoster virus (VZV) and no cutaneous eruption. Diagnosis of theExpand
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[Pruritus and the hepatitis C virus. The MULTIVIRC Unit].
OBJECTIVE Determine the characteristics of pruritus in a selected population of patients with positive hepatitis C virus serology. PATIENTS AND METHODS In a retrospective study, we re-examinedExpand
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