Mayo Clinic Laboratory and pathology research roundup: March 28
The research roundup provides an overview of the past week’s research from Mayo Clinic Laboratories consultants, including featured abstracts and a complete list of published studies and reviews.
Exposure to heavy metals is common as a result of environmental contamination of air, water, and soil as well as accumulation in food, tobacco, herbal medicines, and occupational contact. However, clinically relevant toxicity is much less prevalent. Toxic effects, when they occur, may present with non-specific symptoms, resulting in a very large differential for clinicians to consider.
Published to PubMed This Week
Heart transplantation from COVID-19-positive donors: A word of caution Transplant Proceedings
Treatment intensification might not improve survival in high-grade B-cell lymphoma with a concurrent MYC and BCL2 and/or BCL6 rearrangement: A retrospective, multicenter, pooled analysis Hematology Oncology
Contralateral breast cancer risk among carriers of germline pathogenic variants in ATM, BRCA1, BRCA2, CHEK2, and PALB2 Journal of Clinical Oncology
Mass spectrometry-based proteomic profiling of sonicate fluid differentiates staphylococcus aureus periprosthetic joint infection from non-infectious failure: A pilot study Proteomics Clinical Applications
A brief history of hemostasis and thrombosis at the Mayo Clinic Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemotosis
Contemporary updates in urologic pathology: a special issue of renal, urinary tract, prostate, penile, and testicular pathology Human Pathology
Reprint of: lessons from histopathologic examination of nephrectomy specimens in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex: cysts, angiomyolipomas & renal cell carcinoma Human Pathology
Modeling family medicine provider care team design to improve patient care continuity Quality Management in Health Care
The spectrum of endocrine pathology Endocrine Pathology