Ellen Catuiza Mullen

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Hyperviscosity syndrome can develop in patients with plasma cell dyscrasias, particularly Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia (WM). Occurring in 10%-30% of patients with hyperviscosity syndrome, WM is an uncommon B-cell proliferative disorder characterized by bone marrow infiltration and production of monoclonal immunoglobulin M. The elevated blood viscosity in(More)
W hile undergoing a routine mammogram, Mrs. B, age 76 years and in good health, was found to have right axillary adenopathy. A core biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of follicular lymphoma and she was referred to an oncologist who recommended treatment with six cycles of bendamustine, mitoxantrone, and rituximab. She tolerated the treatment fairly well except(More)
Ellen Mullen This study examined the professional development needs of community college applied science and technology faculty, including full-time tenured, full-time nontenured, and adjunct. These educators, who are expected to be “teachers as leaders” (Baker, Roueche, & Gillet-Karam, 1990) and “classroom researchers” (Cross & Angelo, 1989), strive to(More)
A.W., a 50-year-old woman with a sixmonth history of frequent nosebleeds, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. Before A.W. could meet with an oncologist, she presented to the emergency room with an uncontrollable nosebleed and spontaneous bleeding in her gums. Her menstrual period, which usually occurs over five or six days, lasted 10 with unusually heavy(More)
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