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Fotocópia
Id: 14779
Autor: Potter, Elizabeth V; Svartman, Mauri; Burt, Emma G; Finklea, John F; Poon King, Theodosius M. W; Earle, David P.
Título: Relationship of acute rheumatic fever to acute glomerulonephritis in Trinidad
Fonte: J Infect Dis;125(6):619-25, June 1972.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: The incidence of acute rheumatic fever decreased during a major epidemic of acute glomerulonephritis in Trinidad in 1965. Subsequently, several minor increases in the incidence of acute rheumatic fever have been coincident with more marked increases in the incidence of acute glomerulonephritis. The relation of streptococcal infections to acute glomerulonephritis has been studied in Trinidad for the past six years. Their relation to acute rheumatic fever also has been examined during the last year of these studies. The streptococcal strains isolated from patients with acute rheumatic fever generally have differed from those found in patients with acute glomerulonephritis. Moreover, while streptococcal skin infections have been associated with acute glomerulonephritis, no such association has been apparent with rheumatic fever. However, titers of antistreptolysin O were relatively low, while titers of antihyaluronidase were makedly increased in the patients with acute rheumatic fever, much as they have been in most patients with acute glomerulonephritis in Trinidad (AU)
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JM3.1; R11.J71


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Fotocópia
Id: 12996
Autor: Shaper, A. G.
Título: Cardiovascular disease in the tropics. I. Rheumatic heart
Fonte: Br Med J;3(828):683-6, Sept. 1972.
Idioma: En.
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JM3.1; R31.B75


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Id: 12581
Autor: Poon King, Theodosius M. W; Mohammed, Isahak; Cox, Reginald H; Potter, Elizabeth V; Simon, Norman M; Siegel, Alan C; Earle, David P.
Título: Recurrent epidemic nephritis in South Trinidad
Fonte: N Engl J Med;277(14):728-33, Oct. 5, 1967.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: An unusually large epidemic of acute glomerulonephritis occurred in Trinidad, the third outbreak on that island in fifteen years. Clinical and laboratory observations on 681 cases in South Trinidad are presented in this report. These data indicated that the majority of cases were poststreptococcal acute glomerulonephritis, associated with impetiginous sores, which are common among children in Trinidad. (AU)
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JM3.1; R11.N4


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Id: 12277
Autor: Potter, Elizabeth V; Siegel, Alan C; Simon, Norman M; Earle, David P; Poon King, Theodosius M. W; Mohammed, Isahak; Abidh, Stella P.
Título: Streptococcal infections and epidemic acute glomerulonephritis in South Trinidad
Fonte: J Pediatr;72(6):871-84, June. 1968.
Idioma: En.
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JM3.1; RJ1.J6


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Id: 11281
Autor: Nicholson, George D; Amin, Ummul F; Alleyne, George A. O.
Título: Proteinuria and the nephrotic syndrome in homozygous sickle cell anaemia
Fonte: West Indian med. j;29(4):239-46, Dec. 1980.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Thirteen patients with homozygous sickle cell anaemia (SCA) and clinical and laboratory evidence of renal glomerular disease were studied in an attempt to determine the pathogenesis of proteinuria and the nephrotic syndrome in this group of patients. Correlation was made between the clinical presentation and the renal histological changes in assigning the patients to various groups. Patients with active leg ulcers and acute presentations showed evidence of poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis and spontaneous resolution of the renal disease in the majority of cases. Other groups showed persistent proteinuria and/or progressive deterioration of renal function. Serological evidence of of streptococcal infection was present in all groups regardless of whether the renal histology showed a profilerative or membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis. It is concluded that streptococcal glomerulonephritis is an important cause of proteinuria and the nephrotic syndrome in SCA and that chronic leg ulceration may facilitate the acquisition of such disease (AU)
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JM3.1; R18.W4


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Id: 9556
Autor: Potter, Elizabeth V; Svartman, Mauri; Mohammed, Isahak; Cox, Reginald H; Poon King, Theodosius M. W; Earle, David P.
Título: Tropical acute rheumatic fever and associated streptococcal infections compared with concurrent acute glomerulonephritis
Fonte: J Pediatr;92(2):325-33, Feb. 1978.
Idioma: En.
Resumo: Ninety-three patients with acute rheumatic fever and 195 patients with acute glomerulonephritis were observed in Trinidad during an outbreak of scabies with a high incidence of secondary streptococcal infections. Clinical and laboratory manifestations of ARF were the same as those seen in temperate zones, except that antistreptolysin O titers were less markedly increased. The patients with ARF were similar to those with AGN in respect to sex, race, location of residence, and living conditions, but were older and had markedly fewer skin infections. Currently prevalent nephritogenic streptococcal strains never were isolated from patients with ARF even when M55 streptococci appeared and led to an epidemic of AGN.(AU)
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JM3.1; RJ1.J6



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