James L. Burkhalter

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An association of neurofibromatosis with diffuse interstitial lung disease is thought to exist, though there have been relatively few large studies of it. The pulmonary manifestations consist of diffuse interstitial fibrosis or formation of bullae, or a combination of both. Our experience with this disease process during a ten-year period shows slightly(More)
The use of two different polyclonal, affinity-purified, monospecific antibodies to ANG II (called BODE and BODE 1) revealed dissimilar distribution of ANG II immunoreactivity within the rat central nervous system (CNS). The ANG II-like material detected using BODE was concentrated in the neurosecretory hypothalamic nuclei, in the inner layer of the median(More)
Pulmonary infection with D. immitis is an infrequently reported cause of lung disease in humans. Approximately 80 cases have been reported in the United States, with increasing numbers reported in recent years. The largest single series from one institution is a series of 6 patients from Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans, Louisiana. Although our series(More)