Sunzid Ahmed

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OBJECTIVE To assess the relationship of poststreptococcal reactive arthritis (ReA) to other forms of ReA and rheumatic fever by comparing the frequency of HLA-B27 and DRB1 alleles in these diseases. METHODS The diagnosis of poststreptococcal ReA was established in 25 children seen in a pediatric rheumatology clinic. HLA-B27 and DRB1 genotyping was(More)
The occurrence of an entity designated poststreptococcal reactive arthritis (PSReA) has been highlighted in recent reports. The syndrome was considered part of the spectrum of acute rheumatic fever by some, whereas others stressed the differences between the two diseases. As distinct from acute rheumatic fever, PSReA is characterized by a shorter latency(More)
Urinary tract infection is caused by the presence and growth of microorganisms in the urinary tract, is perhaps the single commonest bacterial infection of mankind. The present study was carried out to identify Escherichia coli from urinary tract infected patients those come to a community hospital in Jessore city. For the confirmation of the presence of(More)
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