R E Sandstrom

Learn More
The clinical, radiologic, and pathological features of tracheopathia osteoplastica are reviewed and three new cases are reported. Tracheopathia osteoplastica is usually not diagnosed until autopsy. However, it may be a surprise finding to the endoscopist and occasionally it may produce signs and symptoms of upper airway obstruction and enter into the(More)
Sir, I welcome the contributions of Heng et al and Lawson et al in the October 2009 issue of the British Journal of Cancer. I would like to comment on the article submitted by Lawson et al, ‘Koilocytes indicate a role for human papilloma virus in breast cancer’. The authors cite an earlier article in which I was a participating author and refer to the(More)
Four agar media, Jones-Kendrick (JK) charcoal agar unsupplemented, JK agar supplemented with 0.5 U of penicillin per ml, JK medium supplemented with 2.5 micrograms of methicillin per ml, and JK medium supplemented with 40 micrograms of cephalexin per ml, were evaluated to determine their ability to support growth of Bordetella pertussis, their ability to(More)
A study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of sodium selenate supplementation (5 micrograms/mL) on the growth characteristics of a variety of mycobacterial isolates. Supplemented Lowenstein-Jensen and Middlebrook 7H11 agar were compared to nonsupplemented media. Eighteen mycobacterium stock isolates were tested. Selenate supplementation had no(More)
  • 1