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Positive Results of Immunoglobulin G Cytomegalovirus Serologic Testing and Risk of Severe Non–AIDS-Related Complications in HIV-Infected Patients

author has submitted the ICMJE Form for Disclosure of Potential Conflicts of Interest. Conflicts that the editors consider relevant to the content of the manuscript have been disclosed. Roberto Manfredi ... . Clin Infect Dis 2013 ; 57 (suppl 4): S196 -9. Received 7 September 2014 ; accepted 21 October 2014 ; electronically published 7 November 2014 . Correspondence: Roberto Manfredi , MD, Infectious Diseases

"Self-managed", inadequate "adherence" to antiretroviral therapy, limited to one half of standard dosages, followed by an unexpected, sustained virological and immunological success

success Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy Background Antiretroviral adherence issues are essential for successful and sustained

Lowering HIV fitness and replication rate by administration of lamivudine alone, in extensively resistant HIV-infected patients, as a "bridging" strategy towards optimized salvage regimens

salvage regimens Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy - Background HIV-infected patients harbouring a lamivudine-resistant virus, seem to

HIV infection and the immigration in Italy. Consequences on inpatient hospitalizations and Day-Hospital admissions at a a metropolitan hospital, during the last nine years

Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy - Background Immigration is a recent phenomenon in Italy, mainly caused by the sudden and

Two recent, fixed associations of antiretroviral nucleos(t)ide analogues. A prospective assessment of their therapeutic use in HIV disease management: a field study

Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy 2010 Manfredi; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. - Background The introduction of novel, fixed NRTI combinations

A 16-year prospective survey of Mycobacterium xenopi, Mycobacterium kansasii and Mycobacterium fortuitum infection in patients with HIV disease

Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy - Background A prompt and effective diagnosis and a timely treatment of atypical

An Infectious Disease Day-Hospital service in a metropolitan area of Northern Italy. Evolving assistance features in the last fifteen years (1994-2008)

Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy - Background Aim of our study is to evaluate the frequency and features of admissions

Symptomatic, prolonged Parvovirus B19 infection and accompanying illness in otherwise healthy adults

Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna , Bologna , Italy - Background Parvoviridae are part of air-, parenteral- and perinataltransmitted ubiquitous viruses, whose

A prospective microbiological surveillance in a teaching Italian Hospital; microbial isolations and in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility levels, and their modifications over time

time Roberto Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna , Bologna , Italy 3 mo. A 25-38% resistance rate to macrolides was found among streptococci, without appreciable temporal

A prospective project of microbiological surveillance at a teaching Hospital in Italy; evolving epidemiological features, and in vitro antimicrobial sensitivity trends

Manfredi 0 0 Infectious Diseases, University of Bologna, S. Orsola Hospital , Bologna , Italy 2010 Manfredi; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. - Background An active bacteriological surveillance project is