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Deafness, complement deficiencies and immunoglobulin status in patients with meningococcal diseases due to uncommon serogroups
Antibody response of Navajo children primed with PRP-OMP vaccine to booster doses of PRP-OMP vs. HbOC vaccine
Clinical severity of respiratory syncytial virus Group A and B infection in Sydney, Australia
Profile of enterovirus disease in the first two weeks of life
Use of nasopharyngeal isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzae from children in Pakistan for surveillance for antimicrobial resistance
Persistently altered T cell immunity in high school students with the congenital rubella syndrome and profound hearing loss
Clinical presentations and complications of suspected measles in hospitalized children
Severe Klebsiella infection as a cause of mortality in neonates in Harare, Zimbabwe
Medical issues related to caring for human immunodeficiency virus-infected children in and out of the home
Hepatitis C virus
Hepatosplenic cat-scratch disease associated with elevated anti-Rochalimaea antibody titers
Mucormycosis of the gastrointestinal tract in children
IMMUNOGENICITY OF HEPATITIS B VACCINE IN HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS-INFECTED CHILDREN
BRIEF SURFACE ANTIGENEMIA IN NEWBORN INFANTS VACCINATED WITH HEPATITIS B VACCINE
VIBRIO CHOLERAE NON-0
BACTERIAL ARTHRITIS CAUSED BY CORYNEBACTERIUM DIPHTHERIAE
DISSEMINATED SCEDOSPORIUM PROLIFICANS INFECTION IN AN IMMUNOCOMPROMISED ADOLESCENT
OCCULAR LESIONS OF TUBERCULOSIS
PROFUSE NEUROCYSTICERCOSIS WITH MINIMAL SIGNS AND A FAVORABLE OUTCOME
FEVER AND SKIN LESIONS IN A FIVE-YEAR-OLD BOY
INVASIVE HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE DISEASE OF MELANESIAN AND CAUCASIAN CHILDREN IN NEW CALEDONIA
OVERTREATMENT OF OTITIS MEDIA
IN REPLY
JAMA AND THE “CANTEKIN AFFAIR”
CHEMOPROPHYLAXIS IN ASPLENIC ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS
EXPERIENCE AT A REFERRAL CENTER FOR PATIENTS WITH SUSPECTED LYME DISEASE IN AN AREA OF NONENDEMICITY
EPIDEMIOLOGY AND CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS OF LYME BORELIOSIS IN CHILDHOOD
INFECTION WITH A RATBORNE HANTAVIRUS IN U.S. RESIDENTS IS CONSISTENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH HYPETENSIVE RENAL DISEASE
PRIMARY STAPHYLOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA IN CHILDHOOD