Russell Cameron

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Candida glabrata is a well-known cause of lower urinary tract infections. Systemic infections caused by this organism are less common, but have increased dramatically in recent years. Prosthesis infection caused by C. glabrata is extremely rare. We report a case of prosthesis failure due to C. glabrata 5 y after candidaemia and pyelonephritis caused by this(More)
A unique case of fatal necrotizing mediastinitis secondary to acute suppurative parotitis is reported. The infection was the result of synergistic necrotizing cellulitis caused by mixed aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. To the best of the authors' knowledge, this is the first reported case of necrotizing mediastinitis resulting from a descending acute(More)
MRL-lpr mice and their congenic counterparts MRL-+ spontaneously develop an autoimmune disease that resembles systemic lupus erythematosus in humans. The two strains, although congenic, differ by a considerable number of disease parameters, reflecting the expression of the lpr autosomal recessive gene. One paradox that has developed out of the work(More)