M Carolina Wallis-Crespo

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Helicobacter pylori, one of the most commonly encountered human pathogens, has been recognized in more than half of adults and children with chronic nonspecific gastritis, and nearly all children with peptic ulcer disease demonstrate antral infection with H. pylori. A high prevalence and early colonization of H. pylori infection in childhood was described(More)
The July Case of the Month (COM): A 70 year old male presented with a four year history of cognitive decline, difficulty expressing himself, and an increasingly unsteady gait with numerous falls. At presentation he was wheel-chair bound. Examination showed some slowing of speech, mild memory impairment, but normal cranial nerves. Spastic weakness and brisk(More)
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