Opportunitstic Infection in Previously Healthy Women

Masur, Henry; Michelis, Mary Ann; Wormser, Gary P.; Lewin, Sharon; Gold, Jon; Tapper, Michael L.; Giron, Jose; Lerner, Chester W.; Armstrong, Donald; Setia, Usha; Sender, Joel A.; Siebken, Robert S.; Nicholas, Peter; Arlen, Zelman; Maayan, Shlomo; Ernst, Jerome A.; Siegal, Frederick P.; Cunningham-Rundles, Susanna
October 1982
Annals of Internal Medicine;Oct82, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p533
Academic Journal
Deals with a study which reported the development of Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia and other opportunistic infections in a number of women in New York City. Selection of patients and controls; Patient population; Routine laboratory evaluation; Discussion of results.


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