Julian T . Coggin

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
In a clinicopathologic review of 126 autopsied cases with prostate cancer, 14 demonstrated intracranial metastases. Only two of nine symptomatic patients were evaluated for suspected central nervous system metastases prior to death, and five asymptomatic patients were incidentally found to have metastases at autopsy. Intracranial metastases in prostate(More)
These patients demonstrate the difficulty in arriving at the diagnosis of disseminated histoplasmosis. The diagnosis in two of the three patients also served as the initial AIDS case-defining opportunistic infection. In each of these patients, the clinical presentations were atypical and in only one patient was a positive exposure history elicited.(More)
The patient was a 41-year-old white man who had been well until Feb 8, 1976, when he developed a nonproductive cough. A chest x-ray film showed a left lower lobe infiltrate. Penicillin therapy was started. On Feb 23, 1976, the patient had recurrence of his cough and occipital neck, bilateral shoulder, and anterior chest pains, as well as hoarseness. The ECG(More)
  • 1