Jared D Barker

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Severe, often fatal liver damage results from extreme overdosage with acetaminophen. In usual dosage, it is considered harmless. We describe three cases of toxic hepatitis associated with the chronic ingestion of excessive doses of acetaminophen. Each patient took approximately 5 to 8 g of acetaminophen per day during a period of several weeks. The(More)
Salmonella enterica serotype Typhimurium causes human infections that can frequently be traced back through the food chain to healthy livestock whose intestine is colonized by the pathogen. Little is known about the genes important for intestinal carriage of S. enterica serotype Typhimurium in vertebrate animals. Here we characterized the role of 10(More)
The case of a 12-year old male is presented in whom pauciarticular arthritis preceded the clinical onset of granulomatous ileocolitis by three years. Before the onset of gastrointestinal symptoms, the patients' clinical diagnosis was juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. This case stresses the importance of including inflammatory bowel disease in the differential(More)
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