María Luisa Mateos

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Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection occurs less frequently in children than in adult patients, and the natural history, prognosis, and clinical significance of HCV infection in children are poorly defined. We report here a descriptive follow-up of the clinical course, biochemical data, and viral markers observed in 37 children with anti-HCV. Ten patients(More)
To the Editor: Human papillo-mavirus (HPV) infection is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. Certain HPV genotypes, the so-called high-risk genotypes (HR), have an established role in cervical carcinogenesis. Detection of HR genotypes in cervical samples is an important measure for preventing cancer of the cervix and, together with(More)
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