1989
DOI: 10.1590/s0037-86821989000200001
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Ocorrência de rotavírus e adenovírus em amostras fecais de crianças com gastrenterite, na cidade de Goiânia

Abstract: In an attempt to detect rotavirus and adenovirus prevalence among other enteropathogens (bacteria and parasites) in diarrhoea, three hundred fecal samples originating from children living in Goiânia city (Goiás state, Brazil) were analysed. Rotavirus was found to be the only pathogen in 47 cases, and associated with other infectious agents in 21 cases. 97.0% positive samples of rotavirus showed an electrophoretic pattern characteristic of subgroup II. Adenovirus was found in 7 cases, and associated with other … Show more

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“…The most valuable studies are those, carried out in children, in which the criteria for inclusion was diarrhoea. Although our data agree with several studies in such developing countries as Brazil, Thailand, India and Korea [14,[18][19][20][21], the results are not strictly comparable.…”
Section: Independent Identification Of Ea Vcontrasting
confidence: 79%
“…The most valuable studies are those, carried out in children, in which the criteria for inclusion was diarrhoea. Although our data agree with several studies in such developing countries as Brazil, Thailand, India and Korea [14,[18][19][20][21], the results are not strictly comparable.…”
Section: Independent Identification Of Ea Vcontrasting
confidence: 79%
“…For example, RVAs have been predominantly detected among children up to 24 months of age (Camarota et al 1992, Cardoso et al 2003, Costa et al 2004, with a similar age range observed for astroviruses (Silva et al 2009) and adenoviruses (Cardoso et al 1989). The caliciviruses were detected in children up to 36 months of age (or 36 months-old) (Borges et al 2006).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…In addition, in the Central-West Region of Brazil, many studies have focused on the investigation of other gastroenteric agents in this population (Cardoso et al 1989, 2003, Camarota et al 1992, Borges et al 2006, Oh et al 2006, Andreasi et al 2008, Silva et al 2009). Therefore, the objective of this study, the first conducted in this region, was the detection of HBoV-1 and HBoV-3 in faecal samples obtained from children under five years of age presenting with acute gastroenteritis.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Em termos gerais, a freqüência de diarréias associadas a rotavírus variou de 12% a 42%. Se consideradas as médias dos índices de positividade por região, ressalte-se o Norte com 36,5% (Linhares et al, 1983b;Linhares et al, 1993), registrando-se ainda taxas de 25%, 24%, 22% e 42%, para Nordeste (Houly et al, 1986;Stewien et al, 1991), Centro-oeste (Cardoso et al, 1989;Teixeira et al, 1991;Cardoso et al, 1992), Sudeste (Rácz et al, 1988;Candeias et al, 1989;Gatti et al, 1989;Gomes et al, 1991;Mangia et al, 1993;Stewien et al, 1993) e Sul (Coiro et al, 1985), respectivamente. Atribua-se a tal comparação, entretanto, o caráter de estimativa, face à nítida diversidade logística, metodológica e temporal que permeia os estudos em questão.…”
Section: Infecções Por Rotavírus No âMbito De Ambulatórios E Hospitaisunclassified