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  • E. B. Kuijper, Jochen De Weerdt, +6 authors Jacob B. Dankert
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and…
  • 2001 (First Published: 1 August 2001)
  • A clindamycin-resistant toxin A-negative, toxin B-positive Clostridium difficile strain caused an outbreak among 24 hospitalized patients at the Department of Surgery, the Intensive Care unit, andContinue Reading
  • Shizuko Yamadera, Kazuyo Yamashita, Masafumi Akatsuka, Naoki Kato, Sakae Inouye
  • Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1998
  • The program of the National Epidemiological Surveillance of Infectious Diseases under the auspices of the Ministry of Health and Welfare started in 1981 apprehended in 1995 emergence of adenovirusContinue Reading
  • Shizuko Yamadera, Kazuyo Yamashita, +4 authors Shiho Yamazaki
  • Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1995 (First Published: 1 August 1995)
  • The Infectious Agents Surveillance Center, the National Institute of Health, Japan, received 17,265 reports from 1982 to 1993 on cases from whom adenovirus was isolated or detected; 85% from 57Continue Reading
  • Katsuko Yamashita, Kikuko Miyamura, +5 authors Shiho Yamazaki
  • Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1994 (First Published: 1 August 1994)
  • Two rages of epidemic of aseptic meningitis (AM) due to echovirus 30 (E30) in Japan were analyzed with respect to two sources of information, AM incidence and E30 isolation, both gathered through theContinue Reading
  • Katsuko Yamashita, Kikuko Miyamura, +4 authors Shiho Yamazaki
  • Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1992 (First Published: 1 June 1992)
  • In Japan, aseptic meningitis cases due to enterovirus infections increase every summer in various degrees with an incidence peak usually in July. During the past 11 years from 1981 through 1991, aContinue Reading