Wanda Hauser

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The use of alkali citrates for preventing the recurrence of calcium oxalate stones was investigated in two trials. In trial I, alkali citrates were given continuously for 18 months to 8 patients who had shown a tendency to recurrent stone formation. In trial II, 12 similar patients were given intermittent therapy for 12 months. The expected changes in urine(More)
The authors sampled for expanded drug testing of 1,061 urine specimens collected by Maryland Division of Parole and Probation staff. They found an increase in the percentage of individuals testing positive for buprenorphine and found that these specimens often contained other drugs, suggesting misuse. Subsequent interviews with 15 probationers and parolees(More)
We report a case of a periurethral abscess caused by an ulcer at the glans penis successfully treated by chemotherapy and in addition by puncture of the liquified abscess. Diagnosis was made by ultrasound as the first-step imaging system, the exact time point for abscess puncture was determined by computer tomography. Periurethral abscess is a very rare(More)
Background: Long-term outcomes following febrile seizures in African children are not well described, but malaria-associated seizures are a risk factor for epilepsy. Design/Methods: 107 consecutive children admitted with febrile seizures (FS group) were age-matched to concurrently admitted children with febrile illness and no seizure, or febrile illness(More)
Presented herein are three cases of biomechanical evaluation of the wall of the normal abdominal aorta, of the wall of an abdominal aortic aneurysm infected by Chlamydia pneumoniae, and of the wall of an abdominal aortic aneurysm uninfected by Chlamydia pneumoniae. The samples of the aortic wall and aortic aneurysm were tailored in two(More)