J A González Valdés

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INTRODUCTION Tuberculosis in infants and children is a sign of continuous transmission. The present article describes the distribution and the trend in incidence rates of new tuberculosis cases in 0-15-year-olds in Cuba. METHODS Incidence rates and their trend were estimated by provinces and age groups for the 1994-2003 period. Distribution and overall(More)
We present the results of the registry of patients of the Cuban Commission of Cystic Fibrosis up to December, 1977. 228 patients from 192 families are reported; 81.58% were Whites and 3% were Negroes. There was no sex difference in incidence. Respiratory manifestations at diagnosis were presnet in 93% of the C.F. patients. The initial Shwachman's score were(More)
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