Volume 12, Number 9—September 2006
Disease was associated with age, place of residence, and water sources in all age groups.
Immunohistochemical detection of rickettsial antigens may be useful in diagnosis.
Histologic analysis of lymph node biopsy specimens may verify diagnosis of this disease.
Simple interventions may facilitate vector control and prevent periurban transmission of Chagas disease.
Fifty-two species-associated amino acid residues were found between human and avian influenza viruses.
Disease has reemerged, mainly in patients ≥60 years of age with bacteremia.
Molecular epidemiologic findings suggest an ancient focus of TB.
The growth of the number of inhabitants with a non-Western ethnic background most likely explains the growth of extrapulmonary TB in the Netherlands.
Risk among children is underestimated in countries with a high incidence of this disease.
Managing MDRTB through national programs can yield results similar to those seen in wealthier settings.
Fluoroquinolones were associated with MRSA colonization and infection.
A new panel of 25 VNTR-MIRU loci differentiates Beijing-family TB strains better than a panel of 15.
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