Wendy Beadles

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Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is common in the setting of antiretroviral (ARV) programmes in resource-limited settings and poses significant challenges in assessment and management. A retrospective analysis was undertaken of prevalence and management of PN in a cohort of 3341 patients on highly active antiretroviral therapy. A first line ARV regimen containing(More)
Polyarteritis nodosa (PAN) is a term that includes patients with necrotizing inflammation of medium sized arteries, and excludes those with microscopic vessel involvement. Its manifestations are protean and include constitutional symptoms such as fever, malaise, weight loss, myalgia, peripheral neuropathy, rash, and gut and renal involvement. Although(More)
The identification of Schistosoma ova in the upper genital tract is well documented, but the extent to which this is related to morbidity and mortality is unknown. We describe a case of right fallopian tube carcinoma associated with evidence of granuloma formation and Schistosoma ova of the left fallopian tube. To our knowledge this is the first documented(More)
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