Dawn McCallum

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  There have been a wide variety of reported renal parenchymal diseases associated with inflammatory bowel disease, ranging from interstitial nephritis to amyloidosis to immune complex glomerulonephritis. Two pediatric cases of renal parenchymal pathology in association with Crohn disease are presented. The first is an 11-year-old child who presented with(More)
The case of a snake handler with envenoming due to Australian taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus) showing marked morphological changes in his red blood cells is presented. The red cells underwent sphero-echinocytic transformation and in subsequent experiments in vitro the effects of taipan venom on red cells were further characterized. Taipan venom induced(More)
A long-term, erythematous, follicular papular dermatosis affecting the presternal and interscapular skin was found to occur in subjects with Down's syndrome. One hundred seventy-four subjects (110 male and 64 female) were surveyed. The condition was seen in 46% of the males, with the highest incidence in patients who were between 20 and 40 years of age; the(More)
Twenty-two cases of intra-epidermal carcinoma of the ciliary margin have been diagnosed in a 15-year survey. The clinical appearance is variable, resembling in some instances a benign warty lesion, and in others a fully developed squamous cell carcinoma. As the lesion grows it produces keratotic plugging of the lash follicles and nodules on the lid margin;(More)