Tim Schreiber

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We examined 80 feral pigeons and their fecal samples from two feral pigeon lofts of the "Pigeon Action of Basel" (Switzerland) for different pathogens. The tested material harbored four pathogenic agents transmissible to humans (Chlamydia spp., Salmonella spec., Campylobacter jejuni, Cryptococcus neoformans) In addition several pathogens were found which(More)
A case of malignant hyperthermia is reported in a child who subsequently is diagnosed as having King syndrome, a rare genetic disorder first described in 1960. Several unique features associated with this case make it clinically noteworthy. It is important to recognize the patient with King syndrome preoperatively, as King syndrome is a disorder universally(More)
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