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Whipple's disease is a systemic bacterial infection that once was uniformly fatal and now is treatable with several different antibiotics in most cases. The exact nature of the Whipple's bacillus is(More)
Three hundred million people, mostly tourists, participate in international travel each year. Development of an acute diarrheal syndrome abroad, while returning home, or shortly after arriving home(More)
Esophageal achalasia, characterized by failure of the lower esophageal sphincter to relax normally with swallowing and esophageal aperistalsis, may be primary or secondary to another disorder (in the(More)