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Michael Mackenzie Lee Dore

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Box 90978, Durham, NC 27708-0978
Duke Faculty Club, Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications

Traumatic Brain Injury and Subsequent Risk of Brain Cancer in US Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.

Journal Article JAMA Netw Open · February 5, 2024 IMPORTANCE: While brain cancer is rare, it has a very poor prognosis and few established risk factors. To date, epidemiologic work examining the potential association of traumatic brain injury (TBI) with the subsequent risk of brain cancer is conflicting. ... Full text Link to item Cite

Association of Traumatic Brain Injury and Glioblastoma Multiforme: A Case Series.

Journal Article Mil Med · January 23, 2024 Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is an aggressive variant of central nervous system gliomas that carries a dismal prognosis. Although GBM is the most frequently occurring and malignant type of glioma accounting for more than 60% of all brain tumors in adults, ... Full text Link to item Cite

A Case Series of Ocular Syphilis Cases at Military Treatment Facility From 2020 to 2021.

Journal Article Mil Med · January 23, 2024 Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection, caused by the spirochete Treponema pallidum, that can lead to multi-organ involvement. In 2020, over 138,000 cases were reported in the United States equating to a case report of 40.8 per 100,000 people. Ocular ... Full text Link to item Cite

Primary Cardiac Angiosarcoma: Pericardial Erosion and Disseminated Metastasis in a Young Active Duty Man

Journal Article Annals of Internal Medicine Clinical Cases · August 1, 2022 Primary cardiac tumors are exceedingly rare with a reported prevalence of 0.0017% to 0.028%. Seventy-five percent of these tumors are benign. Of the primary malignant tumors, the most common are sarcomas. Primary cardiac sarcomas are often rapidly progress ... Full text Cite

Observations on home HIV testing.

Journal Article AIDS · July 17, 2015 Full text Link to item Cite