Marion E. Howard

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Damage to the cerebral microvasculature is a feature of cerebral malaria. Circulating endothelial progenitor cells are needed for microvascular repair. Based on this knowledge, we hypothesized that the failure to mobilize sufficient circulating endothelial progenitor cells to the cerebral microvasculature is a pathophysiologic feature of cerebral malaria.(More)
PURPOSE We determined the fluctuation of nocturia in a 12-month period in men with lower urinary tract symptoms. MATERIALS AND METHODS Men with lower urinary tract symptoms were allocated to the placebo arm of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Cooperative Studies Program Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Study. Reported nocturia frequency using(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate 5-alpha-reductase (5alphaR) expression in benign and malignant urothelium and to assess the relationship between 5alphaR expression and tumor stage, tumor grade, and clinical outcome in patients with urothelial carcinoma/transitional cell carcinoma. METHODS We performed immunohistochemistry for 5alphaR on 53 urothelial specimens(More)
TION TO SOME CASES OF PRIMARY ATYPICAL PNEUMONIA IN MAN* FRANCIS G. BLAKE, MARION E. HOWARD, AND HUGH TATLOCKT On November 7, 1941, a young farmer from Jewett City, Connecticut, was admitted to the Medical Service of the New Haven Hospital with an illness which resembled primary atypical pneumonia of the type which has been increasingly prevalent since 1934(More)
Evidence has been accumulating from many sources that infection with the virus of lymphocytic choriomeningitis may produce a variable clinical picture in man. The finding by Armstrong and others28 of neutralizing antibodies in 18 per cent of 680 random sera from all over the United States indicated that the disease was widespread, although a review of the(More)
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