Schlomo Cohen

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This article discusses an investigation of two children with idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis (IPH) over a long period of time that included several cycles of the disease in each patient, each cycle consisting of clinical remission, a preacute or linking phase, and acute lung bleeding. The acute phase was divided into two parts; the preacute phase takes(More)
Is stressor exposure necessary to produce "stress" effects, or can these effects result from stressor anticipation alone? The present research explores whether it is possible to obtain "stress responses" during and after the period in which stressor exposure is being anticipated. In the first study, the expectation of submerging one's hand in ice water(More)
Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage (DAH), a serious and frequently life-threatening process, can occur in a wide variety of disorders, including mitral stenosis, systemic autoimmune diseases, conditions associated with anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies, anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody, inhaled toxins or infection, and drug allergies. These causes(More)
Vasculitis may be the result of an evolution-conserved physiological function to clean the circulation of germs, drugs, and immune-complexes. As polymorphonuclear leukocytes migrate out of vessels loaded with insult (transcellular route), damage to the endothelial cells causes vasculitis. This process is dictated by genes conserved from the ancestor of the(More)
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