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Cluster of three cases of invasive meningococcal disease in a preschool facility in West Bohemia, the Czech Republic
From 1993 to 2009, there was only one cluster of invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) reported in a community of children in the Czech Republic. This exceptional cluster that occurred in a preschoolExpand
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The prevalence of tick-borne encephalitis in the region of West Bohemia (Czech Republic) between 1960–2005
ZusammenfassungIm Laufe der Jahre 1960–2005 sind im Westböhmischen Kreis (jetzt der Pilsner- und der Karlsbader Kreis) laborgesichert 1,621 Erkrankungen durch die Zeckenenzephalitis bestätigt wordenExpand
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Tick-borne encephalitis in children and adolescents in the Czech Republic between 1960 and 2007
BackgroundThe Czech Republic ranks among the countries with the highest prevalence of tick-borne encephalitis worldwide. The region of West Bohemia has the second highest morbidity within the CzechExpand
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[Lyme borreliosis in the West Bohemian Region. 2 years' experience].
During the period between 1988-1989 529 cases of Lyme borreliosis were reported to the hygiene service of the West Bohemian region. Of these 164 (31.0%) were confirmed by indirect immunofluorescence.Expand
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[Anterior uveitis in Lyme borreliosis].
The authors present an account of two patients with anterior uveitis in the second stage of Lyme borreliosis. The draw attention to diagnostic problems of the disease from the ophthalmological aspect.
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Lymeská borelióza: doporučený postup v diagnostice, léčbě aprevenci.
Doporucený postup pece o pacienty s lymeskou boreliozou (LB) založený na vědeckých důkazech byl vypracovan Spolecnosti infekcniho lekařstvi a projednan přislusnými odbornými spolecnostmi CeskeExpand
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[Enterovirus sequencing as a new approach to the laboratory diagnosis for clinical and epidemiological purposes].
OBJECTIVE Introducing enterovirus sequencing as an advanced approach to classify the viruses isolated according to the novel nomenclature and to characterize isolates in detail. MATERIAL ANDExpand
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