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Articles by Steve A. Miller in JoVE
एक पैन वायरल माइक्रोएरे परख (Virochip) का प्रयोग वायरल रोगज़नक़ों के लिए नैदानिक नमूनों स्क्रीन
Eunice C. Chen1, Steve A. Miller1, Joseph L. DeRisi1,2, Charles Y. Chiu1,2
1Department of Laboratory Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, 2Division of Infectious Diseases, University of California, San Francisco
Virochip एक अखिल वायरल साथ - साथ संरक्षित अनुक्रम समरूपता के आधार पर सभी ज्ञात के रूप में अच्छी तरह के रूप में वायरस उपन्यास वायरस का पता लगाने के लिए डिज़ाइन माइक्रोएरे है. यहाँ हम का प्रदर्शन कैसे एक Virochip परख चलाने के लिए दोनों ज्ञात और अज्ञात वायरस की उपस्थिति के लिए नैदानिक नमूनों का विश्लेषण.
Other articles by Steve A. Miller on PubMed
Emergency Radiology. Jul, 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20111882
The goal of this study is to describe the spectrum of initial and follow-up CT findings of novel influenza A (H1N1) infection in a series of immunocompromised patients. Eight immunocompromised patients with documented novel influenza A (H1N1) had CT imaging at our institution between May 2009 and August 2009. A total of 20 CTs (initial and follow-up) were reviewed for the presence, severity, and distribution of the following: ground glass opacity, consolidation, interlobular septal thickening, mosaic perfusion, airway wall thickening, airway dilatation, nodules, cysts, pleural effusion, pericardial effusion, lymphadenopathy, and air trapping. The most common findings were airway thickening/dilatation, peribronchial ground glass opacity, centrilobular nodules, and tree-in-bud opacities. Peripheral consolidation involving the lower lobes was also a common pattern. Findings frequently involved all lobes and were closely associated with either large or small airways. Two patients presented with atypical CT findings including focal lobar consolidation and patchy lower lobe consolidation with soft tissue centrilobular nodules. Most survivors showed near complete resolution of findings within 35 days. CT scans in immunocompromised patients with novel influenza H1N1 commonly show a strong airway predominance of findings or peripheral areas of consolidation involving the lower lobes. A subset of patients with novel influenza A (H1N1) will show findings not typical of viral infection.
Cytologic Evaluation Can Predict Microbial Culture Results for Infectious Causes of Pulmonary Nodules in Patients Undergoing Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease. Nov, 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20955918
We retrospectively compared cytopathology and microbial culture results for pulmonary fine needle aspiration biopsy specimens over a 10-year period. Eighty samples were submitted for culture, yielding 24 positive cultures with 17 pathogenic organisms. Cytology predicted positive cultures in all cases where organisms were visualized, and it was associated with negative cultures in 24 of 25 cases where inflammatory changes and necrosis were absent.
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. Jul, 2011 | Pubmed ID: 21353447
A longitudinal analysis was conducted among a U.S. national sample of persons affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous living in self-run recovery homes (Oxford Houses). Categorical involvement in a set of 12-step activities (i.e., having a sponsor, reading 12-step literature, doing service work, and calling other members for help) and averaged summary scores of involvement were examined in relation to abstinence and self-efficacy for abstinence. Participants who were categorically involved in all 12-step activities reported significantly higher levels of abstinence and self-efficacy for abstinence at 1 year compared with those who were less involved, whereas averaged summary scores of involvement were not a significant predictor of abstinence. Participants' number of days in Oxford Houses, but not rates of 12-step meeting attendance, was significantly related to increased abstinence. Findings suggest that categorical involvement in a number of 12-step activities equip persons with substance use disorders with resources for ongoing recovery.