Jacqueline Anita de Menezes

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We report such a case of malignant syphilis in a 42-year-old HIV-infected man, co-infected with hepatitis B virus, who presented neurolues and the classical skin lesions of lues maligna. The serum VDRL titer, which was 1:64 at presentation, increased to 1:2,048 three months after successful therapy with penicillin, decreasing 15 months later to 1:8.
Transfer factor was administered in one case of Diffuse Cutaneous Leishmaniasis ("DCL") with minimal therapeutical results after two courses of ten doses each. The patient was 34-year-old white man, born in the State of Pará --Amazon-- region, goldwasher, his disease started 9 years ago and consisted of disseminated papular and nodular lesions, some of them(More)
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