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1.  Cardiac Sarcoidosis 
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PMCID: PMC1822912  PMID: 13032875
4.  Blastomycosis 
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PMCID: PMC1821946  PMID: 14848796
6.  The Architecture of Caseous Nodules in the Lung and the Place of the Word “Acinar” in Describing Tuberculous Lesions 
Canadian Medical Association Journal  1965;92(22):1149-1154.
In a study of caseous pulmonary nodules, it was found possible to identify the cellular and connective tissue background of the caseous material. In the absence of liquefaction, the connective tissues were found to retain their reaction to special stains indefinitely, and fibrin could be identified for periods up to one year after the onset of caseation. This allowed recognition of the part of lung involved and of pathological changes which had preceded caseation. Identification of the site of the suppurative “focus” in the respiratory bronchiole was important because bacilli could be found there most readily. Though lesions often outlined the acinus with clarity, the only value of the term “acinar” was to define the limits of one particular lesion.
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PMCID: PMC1928342  PMID: 14285302
8.  Glomerular Changes in Diabetics * 
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PMCID: PMC1822494  PMID: 14925844
9.  Amniotic Fluid Embolism * 
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PMCID: PMC1821874  PMID: 14801750
10.  Adrenal Insufficiency After Suramin Treatment of Pemphigus 
British Medical Journal  1950;2(4680):655-642.2.
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PMCID: PMC2038788  PMID: 14772441
11.  RUPTURE OF INTRA-THORACIC GASTRIC POUCH * 
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PMCID: PMC1821628  PMID: 15434753
13.  Sir William Boyd: a legacy in print. 
Canadian Medical Association Journal  1982;126(4):421-421,424.
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PMCID: PMC1862906  PMID: 7039794

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