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Grounding ‘Responsibilisation Talk’: Masculinities, Citizenship and HIV in Cape Town, South Africa
- C. Colvin, S. Robins, Joan Leavens
- Sociology, Medicine
- The journal of development studies
- 1 August 2010
Abstract This paper investigates how the South African state has understood the relationship between HIV and poverty and how individuals and community-based organisations have responded to these… Expand
Manifestations and outcomes of nocardia infections
Abstract Nocardia is a ubiquitous environmental pathogen that causes infection primarily following inhalation into the lungs. It is generally thought to cause infection primarily in immunocompromised… Expand
Seeing Like a 'PWA': A Study of Therapeutic Citizens and Welfare Subjects in Cape Town, South Africa
This paper investigates how the South African state has sought to address the relationship between HIV and poverty through a range of interventions, aimed at both increasing access to HIV-related… Expand
Nodular secondary syphilis in three HIV-positive patients: a case series
- C. Wang, Joan Leavens, +4 authors S. Worswick
- International journal of STD & AIDS
- 21 July 2020
Nodular secondary syphilis is an uncommon variant of secondary syphilis. We identified three cases of nodular secondary syphilis at our institution. The first patient presented with a diffuse nodular… Expand
An unusual spiculated presentation of follicular porokeratosis.
- Paulina M. Young, Joan Leavens, Sara Gaspard, Gene Kim, A. Armstrong
- Dermatology online journal
- 15 July 2019
Follicular porokeratosis is a rare variant of porokeratosis in which the coronoid lamellae are confined to hair follicles. It classically presents with annular plaques with a surrounding keratotic… Expand
A Microbiological Water Quality Evaluation of Ganges River Deltaic Aquifers
Figures of sympathy in eighteenth-century opera comique
- Joan Leavens
Eighteenth-century opéras comiques often turn around moments of sympathy— moral and affective bonds through which the Enlightenment imagined a natural basis for the social order as well as the… Expand
Case of Cutaneous Metastatic Prostate Carcinoma as Initial Evidence of Neuroendocrine Differentiation.
Verrucous venous malformation.
Verrucous venous malformation, also known as verrucous hemangioma, is a superficial vascular malformation with a variable degree of hyperkeratosis that is composed of capillaries and veins in the… Expand