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May 2012 - Volume 20 - Issue 3 - Contributor Index

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Sammons-Jackson, Wendy PhD

Laboratory-Acquired Tularemia Successfully Treated With Ciprofloxacin: A Case Report

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Sampley, Sunil MS

Spectrum of Microbiological Samples From a Neurosurgical Ward

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Seshabhattar, Praveen MD

Pneumonia in a Patient With Skin Lesions

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Shah, Bhavini S. PhD

Disseminated Nocardiosis Mimicking Tuberculosis in a Patient With Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

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Shah, Vipul V. MD

Disseminated Nocardiosis Mimicking Tuberculosis in a Patient With Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome

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Shamaun, Sushil GNM

Spectrum of Microbiological Samples From a Neurosurgical Ward

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Sharma, Richa DCH

Congenital Dengue and Myocarditis: A Case Report and Systematic Review of Literature

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Sherwood, Jeffrey MD

Laboratory-Acquired Tularemia Successfully Treated With Ciprofloxacin: A Case Report

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Sigler, Eric J. MD

Endogenous Aspergillus Endophthalmitis Masquerading As Temporal Arteritis and Acute Retinal Necrosis

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Singh, Varsha A. MD

Spectrum of Microbiological Samples From a Neurosurgical Ward

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Storm, Jeremy C. DO

Spinal Osteomyelitis-Diskitis Due to Coinfection With Malassezia globosa and Streptococcus anginosus

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Streit, Judy A. MD

Spinal Osteomyelitis-Diskitis Due to Coinfection With Malassezia globosa and Streptococcus anginosus

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