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Two cases of disseminated Penicillium marneffei infection, as an imported disease, in HIV-1-infected patients with a severe immunodeficiency are reported. These patients had a history of travel in Southeast Asia where P. marneffei is endemic. Fever, cough, malaise, hepatosplenomegaly, anaemia, skin lesions and mucosal ulcers are the main clinical(More)
Background In children without any previous ingestion of nuts multiple sensitization to tree nuts is common. To minimize the risk of accidental reactions, those children are advised to exclude all nuts from their diets. Multiple food challenges would be needed to determine the presence of clinical relevant tree nut allergies, which is practically(More)
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