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    • Genital ulceration as a risk factor for human immunodeficiency virus infection. 

      Greenblatt, RM; Lukehart, SA; Plummer, FA; Quinn, TC; Critchlow, CW; Ashley, RL; D'Costa, LJ; Ndinya-Achola Jeckoniah O.; Corey, L; Ronald, AR (Department of Medical Microbiology, University of NairobiDepartment of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle., 1988)
      Among 115 heterosexual men who presented with genital ulcers to a sexually transmitted disease clinic in Nairobi, Kenya, the prevalence of serum antibody to HIV was 16.5%. A past history of genital ulcers was reported by ...
    • Impact of maternal HIV infection on obstetrical and early neonatal outcome. 

      Braddick, MR; Kreiss, JK; Embree, JB; Datta, P; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Pamba, H; Maitha, G; Roberts, PL; Quinn, TC; Holmes, KK (Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1990)
      In a case-control study of 177 HIV-seropositive and 326 seronegative women and their newborns in Nairobi, Kenya, maternal HIV infection at term was independently associated with travel to other African countries [odds ratio ...