Sorina Dalia Carp

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Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the intracellular parasite Toxoplasma gondii. Toxoplasmosis is considered one of the most common cerebral opportunistic infections in HIV-AIDS patients. It develops when CD4 count falls below 100 cells/cmm, either from acute exposure to the parasite or from reactivation of latent infection. These patients may also(More)
Results In the study period 3,929 patients with AD (with 353 positive cases) presented to the Infectious Diseases Hospital out of which 2,550 children (with 301 positive cases) and 1,371 adults (with 52 positive cases). In children rotavirus enteritis ranked first in the etiology of infectious enteritis with a confirmed etiology of 62% over the entire(More)
Methods At the Infectious Disease Hospital in Constanța, between January 2014 and June 2014, urine cultures were performed in patients presenting urinary tract infections. Urine was seeded by loops calibrated technique on Columbia agar with 5% sheep blood and Drigalski agar. To identify the germs we used latex agglutination kits for Gram-positive germs and(More)
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