Sompone Punyagupta

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Six hundred and forty-six patients with an eosinophilic pleocytosis were studied in Thailand over a 3-year period ending in March 1968. It was possible to segregate the cases into two clinical entities, which were termed typical eosinophilic meningitis and eosinophilic myeloencephalitis respectively. The clinical and laboratory finding of 484 cases of(More)
A prospective randomized trial was conducted at Srinagarind and Khon Kaen hospitals. Ceftazidime (100 mg/kg of body weight per day) and co-trimoxazole (trimethoprim, 8 mg/kg/day; sulfamethoxazole, 40 mg/kg/day) therapy was compared with conventional therapy (chloramphenicol, 100 mg/kg/day; doxycycline, 4 mg/kg/day; trimethoprim, 8 mg/kg/day;(More)
A 53 year old physically healthy man, unaware of any immunocompromised condition developed rapidly fatal myelomeningoencephalitis following a live-attenuated yellow fever vaccination. He was found to have asymptomatic HIV infection with high viral loads and low CD4 counts. This is the first reported case of such an incidence in the world literature. It is(More)
A 46 year old woman who presented with severe multiorgans involvement including liver brain, cardio-pulmonary failure, gastrointestinal bleeding, progressive cytopenia, DIC and hemophagocytic syndrome during the convalescent phase of Dengue type II has been successfully treated primarily with pulse methyl prednisolone and high dose intravenous(More)