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Luisa B Bay, Silvina de Pinho, Hernán D Eiroa, Inés Otegui, Romina Rodríguez
In August 2008, the province of Buenos Aires had not adhered to the National law number 26279, that establishes the obligatory nature of the neonatal screening for biotinidase deficiency, among other diseases. In that date, a girl was born in Buenos Aires. She was admitted in the Hospital "J. P. Garrahan" with lethargy, metabolic acidosis, hiperlactacidemia, alopecia, conjuntivitis and scaly erythematous eruption in trunk, at 58 days of life, from a pediatric intensive care unit. Due to this clinic (13 days of evolution), a biotinidase assay in serum was done...
February 2010: Archivos Argentinos de Pediatría
M L Montes Ramírez, M Rodríguez Zapata
The hepatitis C infection is highly prevalent among HIV-infected patients. As a direct consequence of the increased survival of these patients in the HAART era, liver disease and its long-term complications have became a genuine health problem in these patients. The treatment of chronic HCV hepatitis is associated with several secondary effects, hiperlactacidemiae/lactic acidosis is one of the most dangerous. It appears to be related with the association of ribavirin and ddI, d4T or AZT. These are three cases of hiperlactacidemiae/lactic acidosis collected during the first twelve months of treatment with pegylated interferon and ribavirin in University Hospital of Guadalajara...
October 2002: Revista Clínica Española
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