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Donor Screening and Deferral.

Lisa Rosochacki, Jaleah Hawkins,

The maintenance of an adequate and safe blood supply begins with choosing the right donor at the right time. The evolution of donor screening has been shaped by experience, donor satisfaction, and the ever-challenging emergence of relevant infectious diseases. Screening donors has been standardized over the past 6 decades to ... Read more >>

Clin Lab Med (Clinics in laboratory medicine)
[2021, 41(4):563-577]

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Post-Transfusion Purpura: Current Perspectives.

Jaleah Hawkins, Richard H Aster, Brian R Curtis,

Post transfusion purpura (PTP) is an uncommonly reported post transfusion adverse event that can present with severe thrombocytopenia; sometimes resulting in significant bleeding and hemorrhage. Its diagnosis can be elusive given its substantial symptomatic overlap with other thrombocytopenic syndromes. Underdiagnosis and underreporting make the true incidence of disease difficult to ... Read more >>

J Blood Med (Journal of blood medicine)
[2019, 10:405-415]

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Corynebacterium propinquum endocarditis: a confounding presentation of a rare entity.

Bryan Rea, Jaleah Hawkins, Htun Min, Richard Maniglia, Naasha Talati, Laurel Glaser,

Infective endocarditis is rarely caused by Corynebacterium species. We report a unique case of Corynebacterium propinquum endocarditis in an otherwise healthy individual, and it is the first example of this organism causing culture-negative endocarditis. Conflicting clinical and microbiological data led to the use of sequencing to confirm the causative organism. ... Read more >>

Cardiovasc Pathol (Cardiovascular pathology : the official journal of the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology)
[2017, 28:71-73]

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Energy restriction is associated with lower bone mineral density of the tibia and femur in lean but not obese female rats.

Jaleah Hawkins, Mariana Cifuentes, Nancy L Pleshko, Hasina Ambia-Sobhan, Sue A Shapses,

Energy restriction decreases bone mineral density (BMD), and epidemiological studies suggest that the risk of weight loss-induced bone loss is greater in lean than in heavier individuals. Our goal in this study was to determine how bone density and geometry respond to energy restriction in mature obese rats compared with ... Read more >>

J Nutr (The Journal of nutrition)
[2010, 140(1):31-37]

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