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  • Visser, Marianne E.   Stead, Michael C.   Walzl, Gerhard   Warren, Rob   Schomaker, Michael   Grewal, Harleen M. S.   Swart, Elizabeth C.   Maartens, Gary (PLOS, 2012-01-04)
    Background: Time to detection (TTD) on automated liquid mycobacterial cultures is an emerging biomarker of tuberculosis outcomes. The M. tuberculosis W-Beijing genotype is spreading globally, indicating a selective ...
  • Ntsekhe, Mpiko   Wiysonge, Charles S.   Gumedze, Freedom   Maartens, Gary   Commerford, Patrick J.   Volmink, Jimmy A.   Mayosi, Bongani M. (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2008-04)
    Background: Pericardial constriction is a serious complication of tuberculous pericardial effusion that occurs in up to a quarter of patients despite anti-tuberculosis chemotheraphy. The impact of human immunodeficiency ...
  • Mayosi, Bongani M.   Wiysonge, Charles Shey   Ntsekhe, Mpiko   Gumedze, Freedom   Volmink, Jimmy A.   Maartens, Gary   Aje, Akinyemi   Thomas, Baby M.   Thomas, Kandathil M.   Awotedu, Abolade A.   Thembela, Bongani   Mntla, Phindile   Maritz, Frans   Blackett, Kathleen Ngu   Nkouonlack, Duquesne C.   Burch, Vanessa C.   Rebe, Kevin   Parrish, Andy   Sliwa, Karen   Vezi, Brian Z.   Alam, Nowshad   Brown, Basil G.   Gould, Trevor   Visser, Tim   Magula, Nombulelo P.   Commerford, Patrick J. (Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG), 2008-01)
    Objective. To determine the mortality rate and its predictors in patients with a presumptive diagnosis of tuberculous pericarditis in sub-Saharan Africa. Design. Between 1 March 2004 and 31 October 2004, we enrolled 185 ...
  • Bisson, Gregory P.   Gross, Robert   Bellamy, Scarlett   Chittams, Jesse   Hislop, Michael   Regensberg, Leon   Frank, Ian   Maartens, Gary   Nachega, Jean B. (Public Library of Science (PLOS), 2008-05)
    Background World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for monitoring HIV-infected individuals taking combination antiretroviral therapy (cART) in resource-limited settings recommend using CD4þ T cell (CD4) count changes ...