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Hepatitis C virus infection among firefighters, emergency medical technicians, and paramedics--selected locations, United States, 1991-2000.
Familial juvenile systemic granulomatosis (Blau's syndrome)
- L. Scerri, L. J. Cook, E. A. Jenkins, A. L. Thomas
- MedicineClinical and experimental dermatology
- 1 November 1996
A 15‐year‐old female and her 22‐month‐old daughter who presented with clinical features similar to those of Blau's syndrome are reported, and long‐term systemic corticosteroids were required to control the disease.
A case of sarcoid arthritis in a child
- A. L. Thomas, C. Thomas, J. Dodge, J. Jessop
- Medicine, PsychologyAnnals of the rheumatic diseases
- 1 June 1983
The clinical features of this unusual arthritis in a child and the response to corticosteroid therapy are described.
Pulmonary reaction to furoxone
A patient is reported in whom an acute pulmonary reaction resulted from the ingestion of Furoxone (furazolidine), a member of the nitrofurantoin group of drugs. A positive lymphocyte transformation…
Talampicillin: a new derivative of ampicillin.
- D. Leigh, D. Reeves, K. Simmons, A. L. Thomas, P. Wilkinson
- Medicine, BiologyBritish medical journal
- 5 June 1976
Talampicillin had less effect on the faecal flora in volunteers than ampicillin, and no overgrowth with Candida spp or Staphylococcus aureus was seen, and thirty-eight out of 47 urinary infections were eradicated by a seven-day course of talampicillus.
Obliterative bronchiolitis in rheumatoid arthritis
- W. Penny, R. K. Knight, A. M. Rees, A. L. Thomas, A. Smith
- MedicineAnnals of the rheumatic diseases
- 1 October 1982
Two patients with rheumatoid arthritis who developed obliterative bronchiolitis are described, one of which died in respiratory failure 4 months after the onset of her breathlessness and the diagnosis was confirmed at post-mortem.
Pamidronate: a novel treatment for the SAPHO syndrome?
The SAPHO syndrome (synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis and osteitis) was first described by Chamot et al. in 1987 and it can occur between childhood and middle age.
Periodic migrainous neuralgia associated with an arteriovenous malformation
- A. L. Thomas
- MedicinePostgraduate medical journal
- 1 July 1975
A patient with periodic migrainous neuralgia is reported with an arteriovenous malformation found on the affected side, which has not previously been recorded.
D-penicillamine and polymyositis: the significance of the anti-Jo-1 antibody.
D-Penicillamine-induced polymyositis occurs in RA with a greater frequency than idiopathic poly myositis, and the disappearance of the anti-Jo-1 and other antibodies coincident with clinical improvement, suggested that D-penicillamines was responsible for inducing antibody production.