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Can someone post this study/article?


#1

Thanks in advance!


#2

Please…anyone…I need this!


#3

This is from 1995 March issue.

I checked it online. It is not available even in archives section. In archives section, issues of the last 12 years only are available.


#4

I could retrieve some information from other studies which have quoted this one -

Hair loss is an uncommonly reported complication of typhoid
fever. Haefeli et al. [16] describe a series of reports of
hair loss among patients with pyrexial illnesses (including typhoid
fever) during the preantibiotic era, as well as a series of
5 cases of reversible hair loss associated with a small outbreak
of typhoid (5 patients) in Switzerland in the 1990s. All 5 patients
with hair loss had been treated with ciprofloxacin, but the
evidence suggested that the hair loss had an infectious rather
than an iatrogenic etiology and perhaps was related to the high
fevers involved.

Source -
Persistent Diarrhea, Arthritis, and Other Complications
of Enteric Infections: A Pilot Survey Based on
California FoodNet Surveillance, 1998–1999
Complications of Enteric Infections • CID 2004:38 (Suppl 3) • S317

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#5

» I could retrieve some information from other studies which have quoted this
» one -
»
» Hair loss is an uncommonly reported complication of typhoid
» fever. Haefeli et al. [16] describe a series of reports of
» hair loss among patients with pyrexial illnesses (including typhoid
» fever) during the preantibiotic era, as well as a series of
» 5 cases of reversible hair loss associated with a small outbreak
» of typhoid (5 patients) in Switzerland in the 1990s. All 5 patients
» with hair loss had been treated with ciprofloxacin, but the
» evidence suggested that the hair loss had an infectious rather
» than an iatrogenic etiology and perhaps was related to the high
» fevers involved.
»
» Source -
» Persistent Diarrhea, Arthritis, and Other Complications
» of Enteric Infections: A Pilot Survey Based on
» California FoodNet Surveillance, 1998–1999
» Complications of Enteric Infections • CID 2004:38 (Suppl 3) • S317
»
» ============================================================================

Can you post this full study? so how can one get archived articles/studies?


#6

I dont have access to full article.

As I said earlier, the study you have mentioned is not available even in the archives section of the Clinical Infectious Diseases Journal website