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  • [Neurosyphilis in the 21st century: a descriptive study in a tertiary hospital in Madrid]. [Journal Article]
  • RNRev Neurol 2016 Nov 1; 63(9):393-402
  • Villar-Quiles RN, Porta-Etessam J
  • CONCLUSIONS: With respect to the pre-antibiotic era, an important decrease can be observed in the late-onset forms, as well as the appearance of non-classical forms that can mimic other conditions such as viral encephalitis. Diagnosis is complex and based on the clinical features, the serology and study of CSF, often with a complex interpretation, and thus clinical suspicion plays a fundamental role in the diagnosis.
  • Laboratory Evaluation of Vocal Fold Paralysis and Paresis. [Journal Article]
  • JVJ Voice 2016 Oct 21
  • White M, Meenan K, … Sataloff RT
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study suggests that comprehensive testing of patients with vocal fold movement disorders results in diagnoses that would be missed without a comprehensive evaluation, some of which are important medically, although their causal relationship to vocal fold paralysis or paresis was not investigated or established.
  • The Clinico-hematological features and management outcome in neonatal malaria : A nine years analysis from North India. [Journal Article]
  • IDInfect Disord Drug Targets 2016 Oct 20
  • Mohan K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Malaria in the first few months of life can simulate transplacentally or postnatally acquired infection such as TORCH, syphilis, neonatal hepatitis and septicemia all having an important symptom complex of fever jaundice, hepatosplenomegaly and anemia. Although in our cases clinical presentation has been similar to septicemia but culture of blood, CSF and urine were sterile. The dilemma of distinguishing neonatal malaria alone versus neonatal sepsis or both existing does not seem to be easily resolved by the use of clinical features alone. The laboratory diagnosis of parasitemia in neonates require special attention in Giemsa staining as well as the technical skill involved in malaria microscopy because parasite densities are low. So high degree of suspicion is needed to diagnose malaria in newborns presenting with fever and anaemia.
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