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Infectious diseasse

Jasenko Karamehic, Marina Delic-Sarac, Djemo Subasic, Tomica Jukic, Jozo Coric, Mirsad Panjeta, Zahida Drace, Lamija Zecevic, Selma Mutevelic, Nejra Dzananovic, Nerima Grcic, Amila Kesmer
INTRODUCTION: In this study authors have analyzed the correlation between the IgG immunoglobulins in cerebrospinal fluid and the findings of oligoclonal bands on gel. Immunoglobulin IgG in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) can be detected in neurological diseasses (infections and inflammatory neurological diseases and in demyelinating diseases, like multiple sclerosis (MS)). Quantitative IgG in CSF can be expressed by different formulae Reiber (Reiber and Felgenhauer 1987), Tourtellotte (Tourtellotte 1970), Schuller (Schuller and Sagar 1983) and IgG Index (Link and Tibbling 1977)...
2012: Medical Archives
G Thippanna, S Narayanamma
Tuberculosis, an infectious disease has got a special place in the medical bibliography. Its history dates back to 5000 B.C. of neolithic period. Even in modern world with advancement of the knowledge of tuberculosis with specific drugs to treat and programmes for its prevention, this diseasse is top listed on public health problems in all the developing countries. Its sad impact was felt by the human race throughout the world and in all ages. Thus the people of all countries and so also India fought back against this disease...
January 1994: Bulletin of the Indian Institute of History of Medicine (Hyderabad)
V P Kovalenko
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July 1968: Pediatrii︠a︡ Akusherstvo i Ginekologii︠a︡
I M Nordlander, E Thal, G Tunevall
245 strains of hemolytic streptococci, isolated from 225 patients with infectious diseasses, were grouped serologically according to Lancefield. About 40% belonged to group B and half of them were found in the genito-urinary tract. Another 40% belonged to the groups C and G, half of them being found in the respiratory tract and often as the only potentially pathogenic organism. About 10% of the isolates belonged to other of the groups E to T, including M streptococci, and were found under similar circumstances as the C and G isolates...
1975: Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases
J B McFerran, M S McNulty, W L Curran
Clinical material from avian species was examined directly by electron microscopy for the presence of viruses. Mycoplasma-like and coronavirus-like particles were found in chicken feces. These particles did not appear to be associated with disease and were not propagated in the laboratory. Infectious bursal disease virus was readily detected in impression smears of bursas from experimentally infected birds. Poxviruses were demonstrated in smears made from canarypox lesions. Difficulty in distinguishing intact particles of Newcastle disease virus from mycoplasmas and orthomyxoviruses was resolved by treating viral preparations with deoxycholate...
March 1978: American Journal of Veterinary Research
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