Imran Khalid

Tabindeh J Khalid4
Bruno DiGiovine2
Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic1
Nataki C. Douglas1
Jeffrey H Jennings1
4Tabindeh J Khalid
2Bruno DiGiovine
1Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic
1Nataki C. Douglas
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We report the derivation and characterization of two new human embryonic stem cells (hESC) lines (CU1 and CU2) from embryos with an irreversible loss of integrated organismic function. In addition, we analyzed retrospective data of morphological progression from embryonic day (ED) 5 to ED6 for 2480 embryos not suitable for clinical use to assess grading(More)
BACKGROUND Different formulas have been proposed to exclude restriction based on spirometry, however none of them have specifically tested the patients whose spirometry show both obstruction and a low forced vital capacity (FVC). STUDY OBJECTIVE The study was designed to create an algorithm that would better predict the absence of restriction in such(More)
INTRODUCTION Household products are usually safe to use. Adverse events arising from their use are mostly reported in patients with pre-existing atopy or pulmonary problems and usually only after a prolonged exposure to such products. We report the case of a patient with no prior problems who developed significant side effects from a single exposure to a(More)
INTRODUCTION Primary cardiac paraganglioma is a very rare tumor with less than sixty reported cases in the literature. The clinical presentation is variable, but is most commonly manifested by hypertension and symptoms related to the catecholamine excess. CASE REPORT We report a case of a 35 year old man who presented with anginal pain and hypertension.(More)
BACKGROUND Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is rare and can be challenging to diagnose. Limited data is available from the Middle Eastern region, especially Saudi Arabia. METHODS This was a retrospective study that looked at all the patients diagnosed with IPF between 2007 and 2012 at two tertiary care hospitals in Saudi Arabia. We collected the(More)
Pneumosiderosis or Welder's lung is an occupational lung disease which is usually seen after chronic exposure to iron dust. We present a case of a 64-year-old welder in whom the diagnosis of pneumosiderosis was made by lung biopsies. We also briefly review the literature regarding the disease, its prognosis and association with development of lung cancer.(More)
BACKGROUND A 72 year old male was admitted to the medical intensive care unit with septic shock. CASE PRESENTATION A left subclavian central venous catheter was inserted on the day of admission whose tip was pushing against the wall of the vessel lumen. The patient's condition improved with treatment, but three days later had a new episode of acute(More)
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