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A prospective study of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 infection and the development of AIDS in subjects with hemophilia.
We evaluated a multicenter cohort of 1219 subjects with hemophilia or related disorders prospectively, focusing on 319 subjects with documented dates of seroconversion to human immunodeficiency virusExpand
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Isolation of an HTLV-III-related retrovirus from macaques with simian AIDS and its possible origin in asymptomatic mangabeys
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) has become a worldwide epidemic1–6, so the development of vaccines and antiviral agents effective against the causative agent, human T-lymphotropic virusExpand
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Acute gastric disease after cutaneous thermal injury.
Diffuse erosive "gastritis" was discovered as early as five hours postinjury in 45 of 54 burn patients (83.5%) evaluated by gastroduodenoscopy. Acute ulcers were identified in 14 patients (26%);Expand
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Human immunodeficiency virus-related conditions in children and adults with hemophilia: rates, relationship to CD4 counts, and predictive value.
To further elucidate the natural history of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, we studied intermediate HIV-related conditions occurring before acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) inExpand
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Spontaneous clostridial sepsis and sudden death.
A neutropenic patient with leukemia treated successfully several times for infectious complications died suddenly after developing widespread gas formation in many tissues due to C septicum sepsis.Expand
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An immunologic evaluation of hemophiliac patients and their wives. Relationships to the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Recently, hemophiliac patients receiving factor VIII concentrate therapy have developed the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Because abnormalities of cell-mediated immunity are found in thisExpand
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Normoblastemia after thermal injury.
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  • American journal of surgery
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The peripheral blood smears of 214 thermally injured patients studied during a thirty month period revealed a 20% incidence of normoblastemia (51 patients). Nucleated red blood cells were most commonExpand
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Relationship of CD4 lymphocyte counts to survival in a cohort of hemophiliacs infected with HIV. Multicenter Hemophilia Cohort Study.
Although CD4 positive lymphocyte counts are important predictors of clinical events in persons infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), little is known about their predictive value forExpand
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Head trauma in hemophilia. A prospective study.
Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) remains a serious problem in hemophilia. Consecutive episodes of ICH or reports of head trauma were prospectively recorded in 140 patients with hemophilia seen during aExpand
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