Raleigh Jones

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Lyme disease has a worldwide distribution and is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States. Incidence, clinical manifestations, and presentations vary by geography, season, and recreational habits. Lyme neuroborreliosis (LNB) is neurologic involvement secondary to systemic infection by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi in the United States(More)
A prospective study of the level of disability, severity and distribution of relapses in 15 women with multiple sclerosis prior to, during and up to 3 years following pregnancy was undertaken. The pregnant group was compared with 22 nulliparous women attending the same clinic and matched for age and severity and duration of disease. In the pregnant group,(More)
Targeted therapy has radically altered the way metastatic renal cancer is treated. Six drugs are now licensed in this setting, with several other agents under evaluation. Sunitinib is currently the most widely used in the first line setting with impressive efficacy and an established toxicity profile. However, as further randomised studies report and as(More)
BACKGROUND Salvage therapeutic options for biochemical failure after primary radiation-based therapy include radical prostatectomy, cryoablation, high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), brachytherapy (for post-EBRT patients) and androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). ADT and salvage prostate cryoablation (SPC) are two commonly considered treatment options(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of the RECCORD registry was to gather real-world UK data on the use of targeted therapies in renal cell carcinoma (RCC) and assess clinical outcomes. Here, demographic and outcome data are presented with the treatment patterns and demographic profile of patients on the registry. PATIENTS AND METHODS Patients were retrospectively(More)
Carotid artery stent placement, performed for correction of an asymptomatic severe stenosis, leads to the resolution of persistent and troublesome pulsatile tinnitus. Tinnitus has been reported as a consequence of severe carotid stenoses on previous occasions. This case highlights how an aberrant occipital artery originating above a carotid artery stenosis(More)
A grading system (grades 1-3) for follicular lymphoma (FL) is used in the WHO classification for lymphoid malignancies based on the absolute number of centroblasts in the neoplastic follicles. Grade 3 FL is further subdivided into 3a and 3b depending on the presence or absence of centrocytes. A total of 231 patients with FL, referred from 1970 to 2001, were(More)
  • Aarts Jw, Nieboer Te, Johnson N Tavender, Garry R, Mol Bw, Kluivers Kb +88 others
  • 2016
Abbott AL, Nederkoorn PJ. Outcomes are improving for patients with carotid stenosis. Abbott AL, Nicolaides AN. Improving outcomes in patients with carotid stenosis: call for better research opportunities and standards. Systematic review of guidelines for the management of asymptomatic and symptomatic carotid stenosis. Abbott AL. Bias in the use of(More)
Intravascular lymphoma (IVL) is a rare disorder characterized by the aggregation of malignant large cell lymphoma cells in small vessels. Neurological manifestations are typically the initial and, often the only, clinically obvious consequences of this malignancy. Diagnosis is dependent on biopsy or postmortem demonstration of the intravascular tumor. We(More)
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