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Sexual abuse of boys.
To determine factors in the sexual abuse of boys, we reviewed medical records of 140 boys who were seen for evaluation at the Children's Hospital and Health Center in San Diego from 1979 to MarchExpand
Dientamoeba fragilis. An intestinal pathogen in children?
A retrospective study was conducted of 35 children in whom Dientamoeba fragilis was the only parasite found in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Gastrointestinal symptoms were present in 32 (91%) ofExpand
Dientamoeba fragilis, a protozoan parasite in adult members of a semicommunal group
Dientamoeba fragilis is an intestinal protozoan parasite associated with gastrointestinal symptoms. This study was undertaken in a semicommunal group reported to have a high prevalence of thisExpand
Dientamoeba fragilis: a gastrointestinal protozoan infection in adults.
Dientamoeba fragilis is a protozoan parasite of the large intestine of man. Individuals with infection may be asymptomatic or have gastrointestinal and systemic symptoms. We report a patient withExpand
Parasitic infections in a pediatric population
We studied the frequency of parasitic infection and associated clinical symptoms in children who attended general pediatric and dental clinics at UCLA. Parasites were detected in stool specimens ofExpand
Adenovirus infection in the immunocompromised patient.
Illness associated adenovirus infection is described in 15 immunocompromised patients. Patients were immunocompromised by severe underlying disease, immunosuppressive or corticosteroid therapy or byExpand
HL-A antigens and antibody response after influenza A vaccination. Decreased response associated with HL-A type W16.
We investigated possible associations of HL-A types and antibody-response patterns during clinical trials with a live, attenuated intranasal influenza A vaccine. After vaccination, subjects with HL-AExpand
Intestinal protozoan infection in a semicommunal group.
A survey was conducted to determine the prevalence of protozoan parasites in a large semicommunal group in Los Angeles. Protozoan parasites were observed in 151 (69%) of the 220 group members in theExpand
Epidemic measles in young adults. Clinical, epidemiologic, and serologic studies.
An outbreak of measles at the University of California at Los Angeles provided the opportunity to study clinical, epidemiologic, and serologic characteristics of the disease in young adults in theExpand
Measles revaccination. Persistence and degree of antibody titer by type of immune response.
During a measles immunization campaign 203 children were enrolled in an antibody response study. Of this group, follow-up clinical data and sera samples were available from 125 children three weeksExpand