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    • Aseptic Abscess: A Report Of Two Cases 

      Isik, M.; Calguneri, M.; Dogan, I.; Yesilkaya, Y.; Shourbagi, A. (Biolife Sas, 2012)
      An aseptic abscess (AA) is an auto-inflammatory disorder characterized by necrotic lymph nodes and internal organ abscesses, most frequently located in the spleen. Described herein are two cases of aseptic abscesses; one ...
    • Pharmacokinetics Of Colchicine In Pediatric And Adult Patients With Familial Mediterranean Fever 

      Berkun, Y.; Wason, S.; Brik, R.; Butbul, Y.; Ben-Chetrit, E.; Hashkes, P. J.; Livneh, A.; Ozen, Seza; Ozdogan, H.; Faulkner, R.; Davis, M. W. (Biolife Sas, 2012)
      This study sought to determine the appropriate starting dose of colchicine in children aged 2 to 4 years with familial Mediterranean fever (FMF) based on steady-state pharmacokinetics in pediatric patients with FMF >= 2 ...