associant deux antigenemies aspergillaires fortement positives

English translation: associated with strongly positive aspergillar antigenemias

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French term or phrase:associant deux antigenemies aspergillaires fortement positives
English translation:associated with strongly positive aspergillar antigenemias
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14:24 Dec 11, 2003
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French term or phrase: associant deux antigenemies aspergillaires fortement positives
Apparition par la suite d'une aspergillose pulmonaire invasive associant deux antigénémies aspergillaires fortement positives
fmatteoda
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Local time: 23:57
associated with strongly positive aspergillar antigenemias
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Buon lavoro Francesca :-)
Elena

This review describes our experience during the past 8 years with an immunocompromised rabbit model of invasive aspergillosis. We have used the model to evaluate the efficacy of a variety of antifungal therapies, including amphotericin B-deoxycholate, a liposomal amphotericin B preparation, some of the newer azoles (i.e., fluconazole, saperconazole, and the experimental compound SCH 39304), and combination therapy with amphotericin B-deoxycholate plus fluconazole. The model provides a rigorous test of efficacy when animals receive a lethal challenge; permits studies of the kinetics of **aspergillar antigenemia** in response to therapy with each antifungal agent or regimen; allows comparison of the relation of antigenemia to the extent of disease in target organs; and is useful in correlating the timing of antifungal therapy with the success of treatment....
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4(due to) combined effect of two strongly positive apergillar antigenemias
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4associated with strongly positive aspergillar antigenemias
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associated with strongly positive aspergillar antigenemias


Explanation:
Buon lavoro Francesca :-)
Elena

This review describes our experience during the past 8 years with an immunocompromised rabbit model of invasive aspergillosis. We have used the model to evaluate the efficacy of a variety of antifungal therapies, including amphotericin B-deoxycholate, a liposomal amphotericin B preparation, some of the newer azoles (i.e., fluconazole, saperconazole, and the experimental compound SCH 39304), and combination therapy with amphotericin B-deoxycholate plus fluconazole. The model provides a rigorous test of efficacy when animals receive a lethal challenge; permits studies of the kinetics of **aspergillar antigenemia** in response to therapy with each antifungal agent or regimen; allows comparison of the relation of antigenemia to the extent of disease in target organs; and is useful in correlating the timing of antifungal therapy with the success of treatment....

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(due to) combined effect of two strongly positive apergillar antigenemias


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