Timothy Graves

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A family was recently studied in which two brothers with identical HLA serotypes had allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis. One of the two had a normal bronchogram. A field investigation of the family residence showed that a barn was the probable source of the organism causing disease in these patients. Immunologic characterization of the family members(More)
Forty-two corticosteroid-dependent asthmatics were studied to determine whether their underlying disease might be allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA). The clinical and laboratory characteristics studied included age, sex, atopic status, mean corticosteroid doses, skin tests to Aspergillus fumigatus (Af), precipitins to Af, total serum IgE, and(More)
Seven patients with late sequelae of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA) are described. All seven had significant chronic symptoms from asthma. At the time of diagnosis of ABPA all patients had marked irreversible pulmonary function abnormalities; symptoms of chronic bronchitis were present in all. Pulmonary fibrosis was present in six of seven(More)
An edge-coloured graph G is a vertex set V(G) together with m edge sets distinguished by m colours. Let π be a permutation on {1, 2, . . . ,m}. We define a switching operation consisting of π acting on the edge colours similar to Seidel switching, to switching classes as studied by Babai and Cameron, and to the pushing operation studied by Klostermeyer and(More)
Long-range dependence (LRD) and non-Gaussianity are ubiquitous in many natural systems such as ecosystems, biological systems and climate. However, it is not always appreciated that the two phenomena may occur together in natural systems and that self-similarity in a system can be a superposition of both phenomena. These features, which are common in(More)
Long memory plays an important role in many fields by determining the behaviour and predictability of systems; for instance, climate, hydrology, finance, networks and DNA sequencing. In particular, it is important to test if a process is exhibiting long memory since that impacts the accuracy and confidence with which one may predict future events on the(More)
Stress fractures that occur in the young active population typically represent an overuse injury, and may lead to prolonged periods of restriction from play if they are not treated appropriately. Several risk factors have been identified and must be addressed when treating these patients. Low-risk stress fractures can be successfully treated with activity(More)
Four multidose animal carcinogenicity assay trend test procedures based on the chi-square, Hoel-Walburg, log-rank, and Peto procedures are compared under conditions of competing risks. A total of 42 different risk populations are simulated in which a simulated animal can contract one or more of five different tumor types. The risk populations contain such(More)
Long memory plays an important role in many fields by determining the behaviour and predictability of systems; for instance, climate, hydrology, finance, networks and DNA sequencing. In particular, it is important to test if a process is exhibiting long memory since that impacts the accuracy and confidence with which one may predict future events on the(More)
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