Mitchell J. Clark

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Sacrococcygeal teratoma is a rare cause of dystocia. Reported management strategies to date have yielded few viable infants. In this case report, the infant was partially delivered when extraction was halted. The infant was intubated and resuscitated while preparations for emergency cesarean section were being made. The infant was subsequently delivered(More)
A specific immunodiffusion test for blastomycosis has been developed. The test permitted the detection of approximately 80% of 113 proven cases of blastomycosis. Two diagnostically important precipitins designated A and B were frequently recognized in patients with blastomycosis. Routine use of reference sera containing the A and B precipitins in(More)
Complement fixation titers of 1:2 and 1:4 with coccidioidin are not always of diagnostic significance. The concurrent use of the complement fixation and immunodiffusion tests is an effective means for specific serologic diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis in patients with low levels of complement-fixing antibodies. In routine testing, it is recommended that(More)
This article presents a large dermoid cyst discovered in the floor of the mouth of a young male patient. The lesion was clinically detected by manual palpation and confirmed by the use of magnetic resonance imaging. Treatment of this case was by surgical removal of the dermoid cyst. The patient recovered without any complications or evidence of(More)
INTRODUCTION A significant number of military personnel suffer from exertional heat illness, with some extreme cases resulting in death. These illnesses may occur without warning, they are often characterised by a rapid onset and can occur even in experienced personnel. Various field treatments for hyperthermia have been developed, and one of particular(More)
Knowledge of the forces driving and modifying ecosystems can be employed in concert with signal analysis to target the data most likely to yield sensitivity and resilience information. One can optimize return of information per investment of resources by targeting segments of signals that are dominated by the force of interest, coupled with scientific(More)
A comparative evaluation was performed on the micro- and macrocomplement fixation (CF) tests that are used as standard procedures in the serodiagnosis of blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, and histoplasmosis. Tests with 937 sera from suspected and culturally proven cases of these diseases against yeast-form antigens of Blastomyces dermatitidis and(More)
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