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Pregnancy Complications, Infectious 29 articles


  1. Sexual forms of yeasts in clinical samples.

    Mycopathologia 136(2):67 (1996) PMID 9208473

    The sexual or teleomorphic state of yeasts has only been described in a few clinically involved species, mainly those of the Saccharomycetaceae family. With the aim of gathering information on their incidence in human pathology, a study has been made of a total of 2,135 strains isolated from clinica...
  2. Emergence of pregnancy-related listeriosis amongst ethnic minorities in England and Wales.

    Euro surveillance : bulletin europeen sur les m... 15(27):17 (2010) PMID 20630145

    Listeriosis is a rare but severe food-borne disease that predominantly affects pregnant women, the unborn, newborns, the elderly and immunocompromised people. Following a large outbreak in the 1980s, specific food safety advice was provided to pregnant women and the immunocompromised in the United K...
  3. Viral hepatitis complicating pregnancy: mortality trends in Saudi Arabia.

    International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics 17(1):73 (1978) PMID 39843

    The striking mortality in viral hepatitis associated with pregnancy, regularly observed in developing countries, has shown a significant decrease in Saudi Arabia during a period of unprecedented economic growth. However, the risk of fatal hepatitis in the pregnant Saudi woman remains approximately f...
  4. The anterior eye segment in virus induced primary congenital aphakia.

    Acta morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica 26(4):283 (1988) PMID 2855967

    Nine aphakic eyes from human embryos infected with Rubella or Parvovirus B19 during early pregnancy were histologically examined. One of the eyes conformed with the classical description of primary congenital aphakia (PCA), namely, that no structures of the anterior eye segment are present. However,...
  5. Pediatric HIV disease: new developments in treatment and prevention.

    AIDS clinical review :109 (1997) PMID 9305446

    Despite the continued increase in the number of HIV-1-infected children, there is optimism that with the prospective identification of HIV-1-infected pregnant women, the incidence of infection can be diminished through prevention of mother-to-child transmission both by use of antiretroviral agents a...
  6. Group B strep. A prevention success story.

    AWHONN Lifelines 9(6):484 (2005) PMID 16480234

  7. [CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF THE ETIOLOGY OF CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS. 2].

    Journal de Genetique Humaine 12:214 (1963) PMID 14144714

  8. Human listeriosis in England, 2001-2007: association with neighbourhood deprivation.

    Euro surveillance : bulletin europeen sur les m... 15(27):7 (2010) PMID 20630146

    Listeriosis is a rare but severe food-borne disease that predominantly affects pregnant women, the unborn, newborns, the elderly and immunocompromised people. Despite the high mortality rate of the disease, its socio-economic determinants have not been studied in detail, meaning that health inequali...
  9. Transplacental and autologous HIV-IgA antibodies in babies born to seropositive women. American Pediatric Association and Society for Pediat...

    Pediatric AIDS and HIV Infection 7(4):284 (unnumbered abstract) (1996) PMID 11361722

    HIV-specific IgA antibodies were detected in 80 out of 85 plasma specimens (94%) from 21 HIV infected babies. All the 71 specimens collected during the first 3 months from 44 HIV negative infants were also HIV-IgA positive (100%). Starting from four months of age, the number of samples in the serore...
  10. Therapeutic principles in the treatment of urinary tract infections and pyelonephritis.

    Advances in internal medicine 18:141 (1972) PMID 4576079