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Concepts for which Emil J Bardana has direct influence:
systemic lupus erythematosus
sick building syndrome
allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis
Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Emil J Bardana has influence:
occupational immunologic lung
treating lupus nephritis
Prominent publications by Emil J. Bardana
KOL-Index: 27 BACKGROUND: Psyllium use has increased significantly in the United States in part due to its lipid-lowering property. The increased prevalence of consumption has led to its recognition as an emerging food allergen. OBJECTIVES: To report the case of a 42-year-old woman who experienced fatal anaphylaxis after ingesting a psyllium-based product and to review the literature. METHODS: The MEDLINE ...
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Psyllium Increased | Anaphylaxis Literature
KOL-Index: 26 A diversity of airborne dusts, gases, fumes, and vapors can induce dose-related respiratory symptoms in individuals exposed in the workplace. These agents can cause annoyance reactions, irritational effects, sensitization, or the induction of corrosive changes in the respiratory tract, depending on their composition, concentration, and duration of exposure. The prevalence of occupational ...
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Workplace Agents | Nonallergic Worker | Exposure Occupational | Diagnosis Allergic
KOL-Index: 20 Anaphylaxis is a severe life-threatening systemic reaction that offers many challenges to the clinician. The incidence of anaphylaxis is significant in the general population and an important cause of morbidity and mortality. While the most common causes of anaphylaxis include drugs, foods, and venoms, other important etiologies must be considered. The etiology of anaphylaxis is classically ... KOL-Index: 18 Occupational rhinitis is a common but generally underreported entity. Although it may occur alone, it is frequently associated with occupational asthma. Occupational asthma may have one of several presentations that are difficult to distinguish from non-work conditions. The respiratory tract acts as the final common pathway for all inhaled environmental pollutants, whether encountered in the ... KOL-Index: 17 To determine the effects of phenytoin on serum immunoglobulins, complement, and antinuclear antibody conversion, a prospective, five-year longitudinal study was undertaken in 118 patients. Three major diagnostic groups were evaluated: 27 patients with idiopathic epilepsy, 50 with secondary epilepsy, and 41 with neuropathic syndromes without epilepsy. In addition, 83 normal volunteers were ...
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Antinuclear Antibody Conversion | Higher Expected | Six-Month Intervals | 12 Percent