S Vejjajiva

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The concentrations of penicillin in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) were compared simultaneously with those in the serum in 17 patients with syphilis. The antibiotic concentrations were measured by the agar well diffusion method. There were no detectable concentrations of penicillin in the CSF after administration of benzathine penicillin 2.4 megaunits,(More)
Various autoantibodies were sequentially studied in 183 consecutive Thai adults infected with Plasmodium falciparum. On the first day of admission, 31.1% of the patients had positive fluorescent anti-nuclear antibodies (FANA) and 16.9% had positive smooth muscle antibodies (SMA). The incidences of positive FANA and SMA rose progressively with times when the(More)
Between August 1984 and May 1985, 197 syphilitic pregnant women were diagnosed at the antenatal clinic, Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University. One hundred and sixty-nine male sexual contacts were serologically tested for syphilis and seventy-eight cases were found positive. Twenty-eight cases refused to be(More)
Obstetric departments which provide service for a large number of patients from different parts of the country and socioeconomic backgrounds like the Obstetric Department of Chulalongkorn hospital, need to develop rapid laboratory tests which can cope with the volume of work and yet provide sound laboratory data for management decisions. We, therefore,(More)