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  • Should acute Q-fever patients be screened for valvulopathy to prevent endocarditis? [Journal Article]
  • CIClin Infect Dis 2018 Feb 20
  • de Lange MMA, Gijsen LEV, … Schneeberger PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found no difference in outcome between patients with and without a valvulopathy newly detected by echocardiographic screening. In retrospect, the two above-mentioned patients could have benefitted from antibiotic prophylaxis, but its omission must be weighed against the unnecessary large-scale and long-term use of antibiotics that would have resulted from universal echocardiographic screening.
  • [Clinical features of 14 cases of cerebral schistosomiasis in Jiangxi Province]. [Journal Article]
  • ZXZhongguo Xue Xi Chong Bing Fang Zhi Za Zhi 2017 Oct 25; 29(6):740-742
  • Yun X, Zhi-Hong G, Hui-Qun X
  • CONCLUSIONS: The clinical manifestations of cerebral schistosomiasis mainly include seizure, headache, dizziness and fever. In the enhanced head magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the lesions are clustered and merged into lumps, which is the characteristic image of cerebral schistosomiasis japonica. The praziquantel treatment can achieve a good prognosis.
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