Sedki Latif Gayed

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The acetylation of dapsone (DDS) was determined by estimation of the ratio of monoacetyldapsone (MADDS) to DDS concentrations in plasma following a single dose of DDS in 337 white British subjects (193 female; 144 male). The percentage of slow DDS acetylators in the whole group was 60.3%. There was no statistically significant difference in this proportion(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate if the core population hypothesis is applicable to patients with genital chlamydia infections. DESIGN Retrospective cross sectional study. SETTING Two genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics in the city of Birmingham and eight adjacent clinics. SUBJECTS All patients with chlamydia (n = 665) or gonorrhoea (n = 584) attending(More)
We present the case of a 38-year-old man who presented to the ENT clinic with cervical lymphadenopathy, oral ulceration, and generalized rash. He was diagnosed with syphilis after serologic testing. After years of decline, the incidence of syphilis is now increasing. It is unusual for patients to present to the otolaryngologist, but the recent marked(More)
Disseminated atypical Mycobacterium infection is a well-known opportunistic infection in HIV-infected patients with advanced immune deficiency before the introduction of combination antiretroviral therapy. Although the disseminated infection is now rare, few cases of localised infections are reported. A 38-year-old man was diagnosed with HIV infection(More)
INTRODUCTION Cases of idiopathic recurrent benign aseptic meningitis were first described by Mollaret. Today, herpes simplex virus (HSV) is considered the cause of most cases of Mollaret's meningitis. CASE REPORT A 40-year-old male was referred to our genitourinary medicine clinic with recurrent genital herpetic lesions. He had HSV-2-positive genital(More)
266 British Journal of General Practice, May 2015 IntroduCtIon The clinical triad of urethritis, arthritis, and conjunctivitis, commonly referred to as Reiter’s syndrome, though more recently and appropriately called sexually-acquired reactive arthritis (SARA), rarely presents in clinic as such a neat, definitive diagnosis.1 Indeed it would appear that the(More)
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