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Thirty adult patients with typhoid or paratyphoid fever were treated with ciprofloxacin. All patients were cured with eradication of the causative organism. No major adverse reactions were seen. Ciprofloxacin is an effective agent for the treatment of enteric fever.
The hazards of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) include immunosuppression, activation of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) type 1 expression, and photocarcinogenesis particularly in immunosuppressed individuals. Fifty-eight male homosexuals positive for HIV antibody and 61 controls not at risk for HIV infection answered a questionnaire on their attitudes and… (More)
Three patients with fish tank granuloma of the hand and forearm are reported. Each patient was treated with antimicrobial regimes which have rarely or never been previously used in this condition. Two patients responded well to treatment, one who received ciprofloxacin plus clarithromycin and another who was given clarithromycin plus ethambutol. The third… (More)
Citrobacter infections usually arise opportunistically in immunocompromised persons. We report the case of a young man in whom Citrobacter freundii caused a primary invasive illness similar to typhoid fever.