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1,768 Possible Causes for Acquired, Toxoplasmosis

  • Influenza

    While studies have reported cases of influenza infections acquired during travel, here we examine two cases of severe influenza infection contracted in the country of origin[] The overall burden of health care facility–acquired influenza is uncertain.[] Thus, 122 infants in single rooms were potentially susceptible to influenza, and of these, 6 (5%) acquired influenza nosocomially.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Epstein-Barr virus infection acquired during adolescence is asymptomatic or associated with the syndrome of acute infectious mononucleosis.[] Patients with negative results may have another infection, such as toxoplasmosis, streptococcal infection, cytomegalovirus infection, or another viral infection.[] Toxoplasmosis gondii infection was excluded in at least one case, based on serologic findings.[]

  • Congenital Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

    Congenital acquired immune deficiency syndrome occurs due to mother-to-child transmission of HIV in utero, during delivery or breast-feeding.[] The thymic histopathology was that seen in childhood AIDS cases and not that seen in primary congenital toxoplasmosis.[] […] as indicative of underlying cellular immunodeficiency children are the same as those used in defining AIDS in adults, with the exclusion of congenital infections such as toxoplasmosis[]

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

    Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is considered to be the most severe stage of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.[] Here, we present a case of toxoplasmosis associated with extensive brain masses and cavitary lung lesions, both of which improved with directed toxoplasmosis therapy, in an[] KEYWORDS: Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; Aging; Epidermis; Skin [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[]

  • Cerebral Toxoplasmosis

    Immunodeficient children with acquired toxoplasmosis have high rates of mortality and neurological sequelae.[] Abstract A patient with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) presented to hospital with a haemorrhagic cerebral lesion.[] This patient had the sixth reported case of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) with hemichorea-hemiballismus, and each has been secondary to cerebral toxoplasmosis[]

  • Toxoplasmosis

    Today, the acquired form occurs predominantly in immunocompromised patients with human immunodeficiency virus or after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.[] How do I know I have toxoplasmosis? Routine screening for toxoplasmosis is not recommended.[] INTRODUCTION: We report an unusual case of acute acquired toxoplasmosis (AAT) presenting as lymphadenopathy and recurrent seizures in an immunocompetent 15-year-old boy.[]

  • Ocular Toxoplasmosis

    OBJECTIVE: To describe the clinical characteristics and laboratory findings of eight patients with focal chorioretinitis presumably caused by acquired toxoplasmosis.[] PURPOSE: To describe the course of ocular toxoplasmosis during pregnancy.[] PURPOSE: To describe acquired ocular toxoplasmosis in deer hunters.[]

  • Disseminated Toxoplasmosis

    Abstract Fourteen cases of toxoplasmosis in subjects at autopsy with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome are reviewed.[] Abstract Disseminated toxoplasmosis in AIDS is a rare condition. We present an unusual case of a fulminant form of disseminated toxoplasmosis in a young male homosexual.[] Abstract Cerebral toxoplasmosis is the most common cause of focal brain disease in patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.[]

  • Meningitis

    We report a patient who presented with community-acquired chronic meningitis secondary to P. aeruginosa, related to surgery for otosclerosis 5 years previously.[] It can be justified in some cases, however, to exclude mass lesions and other HIV‐related pathology (e.g. toxoplasmosis, CNS lymphoma).[] This review summarizes recent changes in the treatment of adults with community-acquired bacterial meningitis.[]

  • Kawasaki Disease

    Kawasaki disease (KD) has emerged as the most common cause of acquired heart disease in children in the developed world.[] […] due to toxoplasmosis,” “130.4 Pneumonitis due to toxoplasmosis,” “130.7 Toxoplasmosis of other specified sites,” and “130.8 Multisystemic disseminated toxoplasmosis.”[] The authors describe an atypical case of Kawasaki disease in a 9-month-old girl who presented with fever, coronary artery aneurysms, and acquired ischemic stricture of the[]

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