Thomas B. Nachbar

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Orificial tuberculosis (OT) is a rare manifestation of cutaneous tuberculosis in immunocompromised individuals. Due to its variable clinical features, the diagnosis may be missed at the onset of the disease. We report a 53-year-old patient who had OT and miliary spread of Mycobacterium tuberculosis to the lungs, liver, bones and skin. The diagnosis was(More)
Even though most scholars and judges treat intellectual property law as a predominantly content-neutral phenomenon, trademark law contains a statutory provision, section 2(a), that provides for the cancellation of marks that are "disparaging," "immoral," or "scandalous." This provision has raised intrinsically powerful constitutional concerns, which(More)
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