War Related Illness and Injury Study Center
The VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System, University of Michigan Health, Michigan Medicine Pulmonary and Critical Care, and Airborne Hazards Burn Pits Center of Excellence publish a case of constrictive bronchiolitis in an Operation Iraqi Freedom Veteran in the New England Journal of Medicine. Click here to read.
NJ WRIISC researchers and colleagues had five abstracts accepted for the 2022 American Thoracic Society annual meeting.
- Reduced gas diffusion among deployed veterans with preserved spirometry is driven by a reduction in pulmonary capillary volume. Falvo MJ, Therkorn JH, Qian W, Watson M, Alexander T, Ndirangu D, Kipen H, Gow A, Sotolongo AM.
- Exploring dimensionality reduction across spirometry and forced oscillation technique in a healthy subject population using principle components analysis. Therkorn JH, Ibraheem D, Samy B, Falvo, MJ.
- Laryngeal Hypersensitivity in a Veteran Cohort with Remote Exposure to Tear Gas and Pepper Spray. Shah A, Therkorn JH, Arjomandi M, Falvo MJ, Jani N, Krefft SD, Osterholzer JJ, Sotolongo AM, Hines SE.
- Short-term ambient particle exposure and social defeat cause reduction in heart and pulmonary function. Gorr MW, Aslaner DM, Saldana TA, MacKenzie DM, O’Piela DR, Yallourakis MD, Durisek GR, Falvo MJ, Wold LE.
- Inflammatory Mechanisms of Exertional Dyspnea in Southwest Asia Deployed Military Veterans. Pappas G, Ena V, Gardner C, Guo CJ, Kathleen B, Chung E, Jennifer T, Laskin DL, Kipen H, Falvo MJ, Gow AJ.
Under-recognition of medically unexplained symptom (MUS) conditions among US Veterans with Gulf War Illness.
Effects of Linear Periodization Training on Performance Gains and Injury Prevention in a Garrisoned Military Unit.
Diagnostic workup of constrictive bronchiolitis (CB) in the military veteran.
Understanding Veterans’ Causal Attributions of Physical Symptoms
Coping with Suicidal Urges: An Important Factor for Suicidal Risk Assessment and Intervention
Safety, Tolerability and Efficacy of Dietary Supplementation with Concord Grape Juice in Gulf War Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Towards the objective assessment of suicidal states: Some neurocognitive deficits may be temporally related to suicide attempt
Mental Health Conditions and Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions Among Veterans with Diabetes
Exercise-Induced Bronchoconstriction in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with Deployment-Related Exposures
Post-Exertional Malaise in Veterans with Gulf War Illness
Doctor Recommendations are Related to Patient Interest and Use of Behavioral Treatment for Chronic Pain and Addiction
Are Common Sense Model constructs and Self-Efficacy Simultaneously Correlated with Self-Management Behaviors and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review
Coping with Medically Unexplained Physical Symptoms: The Role of Illness Beliefs and Behaviors
Progression of Intervention-Focused Research for Gulf War Illness
Impact of presumed service-connected diagnosis on the Department of Veterans Affairs healthcare utilization patterns of Vietnam-Theater Veterans
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