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April 2015 - Volume 34 - Issue 4 - Contributor Index

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Madoff, Lawrence C. MD

Seasonal Variation in Penicillin Susceptibility and Invasive Pneumococcal Disease

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Marshall, Helen MBBS, MD, MPH, DCH

Predictors of Disease Severity in Children Hospitalized for Pertussis During an Epidemic

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Mason, Edward O. PhD

Staphylococcus aureus Retropharyngeal Abscess in Children

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McIntyre, Peter MBBS, PhD, FRACP, FAFPHM

Predictors of Disease Severity in Children Hospitalized for Pertussis During an Epidemic

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Melki, Isabelle MD

Ethambutol-related Impaired Visual Function in Childrens Less than 5 Years of Age Treated for a Mycobacterial Infection: Diagnosis and Evolution

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Mendy, Maimuna PhD

Seroprevalence of Pertussis in The Gambia: Evidence for Continued Circulation of Bordetella pertussis Despite High Vaccination Rates

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Mistchenko, Alicia MD

Modeling the Long-term Persistence of Hepatitis A Antibody After a Two-Dose Vaccination Schedule in Argentinean Children

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Molyneux, Elizabeth FRCPCH

Prevention and Treatment of Bacterial Meningitis in Resource Poor Settings

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Montinaro, Valentina BSc

Pharyngeal Colonization by Streptococcus pneumoniae in Older Children and Adolescents in a Geographical Area Characterized by Relatively Limited Pneumococcal Vaccination Coverage

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Mooi, Frits MD, PhD

Seroprevalence of Pertussis in The Gambia: Evidence for Continued Circulation of Bordetella pertussis Despite High Vaccination Rates

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