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Trend of cervical cancer mortality in Belgium (1954-1994): tentative solution for the certification problem of unspecified uterine cancer.

Belgium Death Certificates Female Humans middle aged Risk Factors Uterine Cervical Neoplasms Uterine Neoplasms Abstract: We investigated the evolution of mortality from cervical cancer in Belgium between ...

Hospital-acquired Aspergillus fumigatus infection: can molecular typing methods identify an environmental source?36715

ITALY journal legislation Less Male measure measures method methods middle aged Molecular Molecular Typing mortality Mycology pathogenicity Patient patients POPULATION present Print protocol public report ...

A longitudinal study of lung transplant recipients infected with Aspergillus: genetic polymorphism of A fumigatus36704

longitudinal study Lung Lung Transplantation Male Marker Markers method methods middle aged Molecular Molecular Typing mortality Mortality rate Mortality rates Mortality-rates Mycology observed outcome ...

An experimental infection with classical swine fever in E2 sub-unit marker-vaccine vaccinated and in non-vaccinated pigs.

were noticed. In the vaccinated pen no mortality and no clinical symptoms were observed. Although double vaccination with an E2 sub-unit marker-vaccine was able to prevent the clinical course of the ...

Epidemiology of nosocomial bloodstream infections in Belgium, 1992-1996.

infectious body site in 40.3% of the episodes, catheter-related in 23.5%, and of unknown origin in 36.2%. The associated in-hospital mortality was 31.4% and was highest in BSI s secondary to a respiratory ...

Epidemiological characteristics of an outbreak of classical swine fever in an area of high pig density.

the reports of suspect herds generally coincided with increased mortality. The interval between the first occurrence of clinical signs and the report of a suspect herd was shorter when the disease was ...

Biotype, serotype, and pathogenicity of attaching and effacing enteropathogenic Escherichia coli strains isolated from diarrheic commercial rabbits.

biotypes 3- (immotile) and 8 caused severe clinical signs and high mortality. This confirms evidence from the field. Biotypes 3- and 8, accounting for 35.5 and 7.1% of AEEC strains in weaned diarrheic ...

Naturally-occurring Tyzzer's disease (Bacillus piliformis infection) in commercial rabbits: a clinical and pathological study.

During the acute stage of the disease, recently weaned rabbits showed profuse watery diarrhoea. Mortality was between 14.2 and 41.2% during the first three weeks of the outbreaks. In surviving animals, ...

Infectious agents associated with diarrhoea in commercial rabbits: a field study.

animals. Escherichia coli (ATEC) were found to be attached to the luminal intestinal border of 40% of the rabbits examined. This was associated with moderate to high mortality, caecal oedema, severe swelling ...

Experimental Escherichia coli enteropathy in weanling rabbits: clinical manifestations and pathological findings.

produced diarrhoea in all the dosed rabbits 6.25 +/- 2.71 (mean +/- S.D.) days after infection (p.i.). Mortality was high. Sequential examination of the intestines by light microscopy showed the strain to ...

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