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Localized Aspergillus infestation in primary lung carcinoma. Clinical and pathological contrasts with post-tuberculous intracavitary aspergilloma.
Saprophytic infestation with Aspergillus was observed in pathologic specimens of primary squamous cell lung carcinoma. In one case, the fungus grew in cystic scarred parenchyma and bronchi distal to… Expand
Immunocytochemical identification of HIV (p24) antigen in parotid lymphoid lesions.
- J. Bruner, K. Cleary, F. B. Smith, J. Batsakis
- The Journal of laryngology and otology
- 1 November 1989
Antibodies to specific human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) polypeptides are important laboratory markers of HIV infection. We have used an antibody to the major structural gag protein p24 of HIV-1… Expand
Benign lymphoepithelial lesion of the parotid gland in intravenous drug users.
- F. B. Smith, H. Rajdeo, N. Panesar, K. Bhuta, R. Stahl
- Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine
- 1 July 1988
Fifteen partial parotid salivary gland resection specimens interpreted as benign lymphoepithelial lesion (BLL) were accessioned by our surgical pathology service between January 1983 and December… Expand
The type II epithelial cells of the lung. III. Lecithin synthesis: a comparison with pulmonary macrophages.
Synthesis of lecithins in isolated type II alveolar cells was compared with that in alveolar macrophages as a means of exploring the biochemical mechanisms underlying surfactant production in the… Expand
Microvascular cytomegalovirus endothelialitis of the lung: a possible cause of secondary pulmonary hypertension in a patient with AIDS.
Postmortem examination of the lungs of a patient with advanced AIDS who had developed pulmonary arterial hypertension late in the course of the illness demonstrated extensive cytomegalovirus (CMV)… Expand
Isolation and characterization of a sulfated glyceroglucolipid from alveolar lavage of rabbit.
A major acidic glycolipid of the rabbit alveolar lavage has been isolated and characterized. The isolation procedure involved extraction of lipids, column fractionation on DEAE-Sephadex and silicic… Expand
The type II epithelial cells of the lung. VI. Incorporation of 3H-choline and 3H-palmitate into lipids of cultured type II cells.
- F. B. Smith, Y. Kikkawa, C. Diglio, R. C. Dalen
- Biology, Medicine
- Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical…
- 1 March 1980
We measured incorporation of 3H-labeled lipid precursors into surfactant-associated and nonsurfactant associated phospholipids in 2- to 7-day primary cultures of rabbit type II alveolar epithelial… Expand
The neutral glyceroglucolipids of alveolar lavage from rabbit.
- B. Slomiany, F. B. Smith, A. Slomiany
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 28 September 1979
Three individual glycolipids have been isolated from the neutral lipid fraction of rabbit alveolar lavage. All three glycolipids contained glucose, glyceryl monoethers and fatty acids, and differed… Expand
The type II epithelial cells of the lung. V. Synthesis of phosphatidyl glycerol in isolated type II cells and pulmonary alveolar macrophages.
Localized pleural microdeposition of type A amyloid in a patient with rheumatoid pleuritis. Histologic distinction from pleural involvement in systemic amyloidosis.
- F. B. Smith, R. B. Brown, G. Maguire, J. Oliver
- American journal of clinical pathology
- 1 March 1993
Decorticated pleural tissue from a 74-year-old man with rheumatoid arthritis, an exudative pleural effusion, and normal left ventricular function contained microscopic deposits of amyloid A protein,… Expand