George L Daikos
Department of Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, USA. firstname.lastname@example.org | From the Departments of Medicine and Pathology, University of Miami ...
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Department of Medicine, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, USA.
From the Departments of Medicine and Pathology, University of Miami School of Medicine; and the Department of Pathology, Cedars Medical Center, Miami, Florida
Dept. of Medicine (G. L. D., M. A. F.) and the Comprehensive AIDS Program (S. L.), University of Miami School of Medicine, P. O. Box 016960, 33101, Miami, Florida, USA
St. Louis, Missouri, USA
George L Daikos: Influence Statistics
|simplex virus case||#8|
|nosocomial outbreak tuberculosis||#13|
|tuberculosis cutaneous tuberculosis||#18|
|cutaneous miliary tuberculosis||#25|
|oral ulcers patients||#52|
|multidrugresistant united states||#80|
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Prominent publications by George L Daikos
Disseminated Miliary Tuberculosis of the Skin in Patients with AIDS: Report of Four Cases
[ PUBLICATION ]
We present clinical, bacteriologic, and pathological findings for four patients with AIDS and cutaneous miliary tuberculosis. All patients had generalized tuberculosis with hematogenous dissemination to multiple organs including the skin. Microscopic examination of the skin lesions revealed ill-formed or no granulomata, extensive necrosis, and numerous acid-fast bacilli. Mycobacterium tuberculosis was detected in the skin lesions by cultures for three patients and by polymerase chain ...
|Known for Miliary Tuberculosis | Skin Lesions | Male Mycobacterium | Multidrug Resistant | Hematogenous Dissemination|
BACKGROUND: Patients with HIV infection can have recurrent and persistent oral ulcers, not attributable to known infectious agents.
OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to evaluate prospectively oral ulcers in patients with HIV infection to determine whether an etiologic agent could be identified.
METHODS: Sixteen patients with HIV infection who had oral ulcers not attributable to known causes had culture of the base and a biopsy specimen taken from the ulcer. Cultures were obtained for herpes simplex ...
|Known for Oral Ulcers | Simplex Virus | Hiv Infection | Patients Aids | 1 Human|
Hepatitis C virus infection in a sexually active inner city population. The potential for heterosexual transmission
[ PUBLICATION ]
The prevalence of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection and associated risk factors in an inner city sexually active heterosexual population participating in a prospective study for the evaluation of heterosexual transmission of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1) were examined. Individuals with prior history of injection drug use or receipt of blood products were excluded from the study. Of 571 participants, 25 (4.4%) were seropositive for HCV, 39 (7%) for HIV, and 125 (22%) for ...
|Known for Virus Infection | Hcv Risk Factors | Multivariate Analysis | Injection Drug | Sexual Practices|
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George L Daikos:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichGeorge L Daikoshas direct influence:Miliary tuberculosis, Hiv infection, Oral ulcers, Patients tuberculosis, Patients hiv infection, Clinical presentation, Patients aids, Tuberculosis hiv infection.
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Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which George L Daikos has influence:Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Hiv infection, Pulmonary nocardiosis, Human immunodeficiency virus, Nocardia spp, Tuberculous meningitis, Multidrug resistant.
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