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HIV enteropathy: comparative morphometry of the jejunal mucosa of HIV infected patients resident in the United Kingdom and Uganda
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  • P A Batman aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • M S Kapembwa aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • A R O Miller aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • P M Sedgwick aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • S Lucas aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • N K Sewankambo aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • D Serwadda aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • J Pudney aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • A Moody aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • J R W Harris aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • G E Griffin aBradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, bNorthwick Park Hospital, Harrow, cKidderminster General Hospital, dSt George’s Hospital Medical School, London, eSt Thomas’s Hospital, London, fDepartment of Clinical Parasitology, Hospital for Tropical Diseases, London, gSt Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK, hMakerere University Faculty of Medicine, Kampala, Uganda, iHarvard Medical School, Boston, USA PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  1. Dr P A Batman, Consultant Histopathologist, Bradford Royal Infirmary, Bradford, UK.
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Batman PA, Kapembwa MS, Miller ARO, et al
HIV enteropathy: comparative morphometry of the jejunal mucosa of HIV infected patients resident in the United Kingdom and Uganda

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  • Accepted March 23, 1998
  • First published September 1, 1998.
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September 01, 1998

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