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1945 117
1946 262
1947 282
1948 331
1949 212
1950 313
1951 699
1952 919
1953 849
1954 820
1955 818
1956 889
1957 734
1958 715
1959 669
1960 785
1961 884
1962 513
1963 22
1964 112
1965 1308
1966 2398
1967 2775
1968 3269
1969 3567
1970 4040
1971 4110
1972 4081
1973 4375
1974 4043
1975 3772
1976 3574
1977 3710
1978 3918
1979 4400
1980 4440
1981 4730
1982 4999
1983 5121
1984 5327
1985 5533
1986 5753
1987 5501
1988 5759
1989 6524
1990 7111
1991 7081
1992 7428
1993 7621
1994 7388
1995 7914
1996 8228
1997 8670
1998 9340
1999 9336
2000 9773
2001 10011
2002 10423
2003 11506
2004 11676
2005 12268
2006 12843
2007 13474
2008 13998
2009 14871
2010 16366
2011 17868
2012 18440
2013 19176
2014 19377
2015 19462
2016 19268
2017 19355
2018 18285
2019 9606
2020 105
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Diagnosis of fungal infections.
Füssle R. Mycoses 1997 - Review. PMID 9476498
Fungal infections become more and more important due to their increasing incidence in immunocompromised patients. In these patients opportunistic fungi (Candida, Aspergillus, Cryptococcus) can cause life-threatening infections. Diagnosis of fungal infections is difficult. Clinical symptoms are uncharacteristic, and laboratory diagnosis is confronted with many problems and requires expert interpretation....
Fungal infections become more and more important due to their increasing incidence in immunocompromised patients. In these patients o …
Rapid diagnosis of viral infections in the central nervous system.
Grandien M and Olding-Stenkvist E. Scand J Infect Dis 1984 - Review. PMID 6320356
Rapid diagnosis of viral infections in the central nervous system has become increasingly important. Antiviral treatment, prevention of spread of disease and differentiation from infections caused by agents sensitive to antibiotics may be the important consequences of a virus specific diagnosis gained early in the disease. ...Reports have been given on the detection of IgM activity by ELISA also in other arboviral infections such as Japanese and LaCrosse encephalitis. ...
Rapid diagnosis of viral infections in the central nervous system has become increasingly important. Antiviral treatment, prev …
Ultrasound indications for maternal STORCH testing in pregnancy
Voekt CA, et al. Swiss Med Wkly 2017. PMID 29185251 Free article.
The value of indiscriminate testing for infections upon the detection of fetal ultrasound abnormalities has been questioned. ...Maternal STORCH infections were found in 3.4% of growth-restricted fetuses, 5.2% of polyhydramnios, and 1.9% of intrauterine fetal demise. ...
The value of indiscriminate testing for infections upon the detection of fetal ultrasound abnormalities has been questioned. ...Mater …
Community-acquired pneumonia in immunocompromised patients. Opportunistic infections to consider in differential diagnosis.
Cebular S, et al. Postgrad Med 2003 - Review. PMID 12545593
Immunocompromised persons are at increased risk for a large group of infections that are either uncommon or much less severe in the immunocompetent host. These opportunistic infections broaden the diagnostic considerations in differential diagnosis of community-acquired pneumonia in patients with immunodeficiencies. ...
Immunocompromised persons are at increased risk for a large group of infections that are either uncommon or much less severe in the i …
Central Nervous System Infections.
Zimmer AJ, et al. Microbiol Spectr 2016. PMID 27337446
This chapter provides an overview of infectious syndromes, pathogens, and diagnostic testing modalities for central nervous system infections in the immunocompromised host....
This chapter provides an overview of infectious syndromes, pathogens, and diagnostic testing modalities for central nervous system infect
The polymerase chain reaction in the diagnosis and evaluation of pulmonary infections.
Schluger NW and Rom WN. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1995 - Review. PMID 7599808
This technique of DNA amplification, which has already had an enormous effect on the way in which molecular biology research is done (and whose inventor, Kary Mullis, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1993 in recognition of the extraordinary impact of PCR technology on scientific research generally), was quickly appreciated by clinical investigators as having potentially widespread utility in the early diagnosis of a wide range of disorders, such as inherited illnesses and infectious diseases (1). This Commentary will review the application of PCR to the diagnosis and evaluation of respiratory infections. The underlying principle guiding this Commentary is that the ideal diagnostic test for respiratory infectious disease should have the following characteristics: high sensitivity and specificity, high positive and negative predictive value, rapid turnaround time, ease of performance, reliability across samples (the same sample tested repeatedly should give the same result) and across those performing the assay (different laboratories performing the assay on the same specimen will report the same result), and low cost. ...
This technique of DNA amplification, which has already had an enormous effect on the way in which molecular biology research is done (and wh …
Viral exanthems
Cherry JD. Curr Probl Pediatr 1983 - Review. PMID 6303699
In this monograph I have tried to present several aspects of viral exanthematous diseases that allow for diagnosis. With a systematic approach to the diagnosis, the physician frequently can make a specific diagnosis and nearly always can assign illness to the correct category. Accurate diagnosis is useful because it prevents unnecessary therapy and apprehension in some patients, allows definitive therapy in others, and, most important, it is fun and scientifically rewarding for the physician....
In this monograph I have tried to present several aspects of viral exanthematous diseases that allow for diagnosis. With a systematic …
Obstetric infections.
Oster HA. West J Med 1981 - Review. PMID 7020253 Free PMC article.
Maternal infections are unique because of their implications for the outcome of pregnancy. Bacterial infections that can be favorably influenced by prompt diagnosis and preventive management include urinary tract infections and chorioamnionitis. ...Altered physiological and immunological states during pregnancy are important in understanding the pathophysiology of maternal infections....
Maternal infections are unique because of their implications for the outcome of pregnancy. Bacterial infections that can be fa …
The clinical presentation and diagnosis of invasive fungal infections.
Maartens G and Wood MJ. J Antimicrob Chemother 1991 - Review. PMID 1938703
The fungi responsible for these infections are predominantly opportunistic pathogens. The clinical features and diagnosis of the four commonest infections (invasive candidosis and aspergillosis, cryptococcosis and mucormycosis) are discussed. ...Definitive diagnosis is not always possible, in part owing to the severe nature of patients' underlying illnesses. A high proportion of cases are diagnosed post mortem because of difficulties in establishing a diagnosis. ...
The fungi responsible for these infections are predominantly opportunistic pathogens. The clinical features and diagnosis of t …
Relevance of nucleic acid amplification techniques for diagnosis of respiratory tract infections in the clinical laboratory.
Ieven M and Goossens H. Clin Microbiol Rev 1997 - Review. PMID 9105753 Free PMC article.
In this paper, the efficiency of nucleic acid amplification techniques for the diagnosis of respiratory tract infections is reviewed. ...In the clinical setting, there is no need for molecular diagnostic tests for the diagnosis of Pneumocystis carinii. At present, amplification methods for Mycobacterium tuberculosis cannot replace the classical diagnostic techniques, due to their lack of sensitivity and the absence of specific internal controls for the detection of inhibitors of the reaction. ...
In this paper, the efficiency of nucleic acid amplification techniques for the diagnosis of respiratory tract infections is re …
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