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Thirty years ago this October, the Mayo Clinic Mayo One medical helicopter flew its first patient. To celebrate its anniversary, the Star Tribune tells the story of Nels Gunderson, who in 2012 hung in the balance between life and death.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis remains one of the leading causes of death and illness in the world. While the number of cases reported in the United States continues to decline, nearly 10,000 cases were reported in 2012. Because tuberculosis is spread through the air, rapid identification of infection is key to stopping the spread of the disease. In Part 1, Dr. Wengenack provides an overview of mycobacterial stains and recovery of the organism in culture.
View our featured infectious disease and microbiology offerings, browse Mayo Clinic presentation topics and times, and if you are attending the show in Philadelphia, visit us at booth #442.
- Week In Review — Oct. 17
- New Guideline in Genetic Testing for Certain Types of Muscular Dystrophy
- Neurological Symptoms of Celiac Disease
- Evaluating Histologic Features to Distinguish Phyllodes Tumor From Cellular Fibroadenoma on Core Needle Biopsy Specimens
- Week In Review — Oct. 10
- Week In Review — Oct. 3
- Enterovirus Infection and Its Association with Severe Respiratory Disease [Hot Topic]
- Piero Rinaldo, M.D., Ph.D., Big Data Presentation Considered Top Highlight at AACC 2014
- Coverage of Frozen Section Technology Highlights the Value of Pathology
- Week In Review — Sept. 26