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The aim of our study was to assess epidemiological features of neonatal invasive candidiasis in Farhat Hached hospital of Sousse, Tunisia, including incidence, risk factors, mortality, species distribution and antifungal susceptibility. Laboratory data from 1995 to 2010 and medical records of 127 invasive candidiasis cases were reviewed. We tested the(More)
OBJECTIVES Preclinical studies found that epidural motor cortex stimulation improved motor deficits after stroke, but a phase III trial in humans did not corroborate these results. The current retrospective analysis examined subjects randomized to stimulation in order to identify features distinguishing responders from nonresponders. METHODS Anatomic (MRI(More)
OBJECTIVES To compare efficacy and safety of two regimens of intracervical dinoprostone (Prepidil) in cervical ripening before labor induction at term. PATIENTS AND METHODS This was a prospective randomized clinical study including 148 patients with single pregnancy, viable fetus at gestational age greater than 36 weeks gestation and a Bishop score less(More)
When healthy subjects undergo brain imaging, incidental findings are not rare. The optimal response to such findings has been the focus of considerable discussion. The current report describes the operations and results of a system that provides a review of incidental findings by an appropriate medical professional. A web-based system was created whereby(More)
UNLABELLED Fungemia is classically caused by a single species and the detection of more than one species in blood samples is uncommon. We report four cases of mixed fungemia (MF) diagnosed in the parasitology-mycology laboratory of Farhat-Hached hospital in Sousse, Tunisia. The MF episodes occurred in two neonates and two adults suffering from acute myeloid(More)
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