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Volume 11, Number 2—February 2005

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Molecular Evidence of Pneumocystis Transmission in Pediatric Transplant Unit

Britta Höcker*Comments to Author , Constanze Wendt†, Aimable Nahimana‡, Burkhard Tönshoff*, and Philippe M. Hauser‡
Author affiliations: *University Children's Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany; †Hygiene Institute Heidelberg, Germany; ‡University Hospital of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland

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Course of Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP) in 3 pediatric renal transplant recipients and 1 infant suffering from a yet-unclassified mitochondriopathy. R, acute rejection episode; RTx, renal transplantation; ↓, contact; #, ,joint holiday; >, start of PCP symptoms; ▬, hospitalization; X, diagnosis of PCP; D, death.

Figure. . Course of Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP) in 3 pediatric renal transplant recipients and 1 infant suffering from a yet-unclassified mitochondriopathy. R, acute rejection episode; RTx, renal transplantation; ↓, contact; #, ,joint holiday; >, start of PCP symptoms; ▬, hospitalization; X, diagnosis of PCP; D, death.

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