Publications

Abstract

  • Ichord R, R Bastian, L Abraham, S benedict, T Bernard, L Beslow, G de Veber, M Dowling, F Friedman, H Fullerton, L Jordan, L Kan, S Kasner, A Kirton, C Amlie-Lefond, D Licht, W Lo, C McClure, S Pavalakis, S Smith, A Jawad, Initial stroke severity measured by pediatric NIH stroke scale predicts 12-month outcome in children, International Stroke Conference, February 2012.     (02/2012)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, C., S. Hutson, D. Deming, J. Johnston, J. Fitts, C. Zuppan, R. Chinnock, S. Ashwal,. "Clinical factors associated with postmortem CNS abnormalities following cardiac transplantation." Neuropediatrics 37.Suppl 1 (2006): 192-. (06/2006)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, C., S. Hutson, D. Deming, J. Fitts, J. Johnston, C. Zuppan, R. Chinnock, S. Ashwal Pediatric Academic Society, San Fransisco, California, April 2006.. "EEG and neuroimaging findings associated with postmortem CNS abnormalities following cardiac transplantation." Pediatric Academic Research Society . (2006): -. (04/2006)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, Chalmer, Josue Cortes, Richard Chinnock, Stephen Ashwal. "Postmortem intracranial findings in children who have undergone cardiac transplantation." CNS Annual Meeting . (2004): -. (01/2004)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) Pender, Ross, Chalmer McClure, Michael Kirby . "Localization and quantification of fibroblast growth factor receptors 1-4 (FGFR) in the development of mouse retina." Society for Neurosciences, New Orleans . (2003): -. (01/2003)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, Chalmer, Steven Yellon, and Stephen Ashwal. "Immunohistochemical localization of enolase isoenzymes in rat and Djungarian hamster superficial pineal glands." Clinical Research 38.1 (1990): 218A-. (01/1990)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, Chalmer, Paul McMillan, and Steven Yellon. "Effect of photoperiod on the distribution of neuron-specific and non-neuronal enolases in the rat pineal gland." The Anatomical Record 223.4 (1989): 70A-71A. (01/1989)
  • (PEER REVIEWED) McClure, Chalmer, Paul McMillan, and Alfonso Miranda. "Immunohistological distribution of neuron-specific enolase in rat cerebrum, cerebellum, and superficial pineal gland." The Anatomical Record 211.3 (1985): 117A-. (01/1985)

Scholarly Journals--Published

  •   Ichord, R., R. Bastian, L. Abraham, R. Askalan, S. Benedict, T. Bernard, L. Beslow, G. deVeber, M. Dowling, N. Friedman, H. Fullerton, L. Jordan, L. Kan MD, A. Kirton MD, C. Amlie-Lefond, D. Licht, W. Lo, C. McClure, S. Pavlakis, S. Smith, M. Tan, S. Kasner, A.Jawad, Inter-rater Reliability of the Pediatric NIH Stroke Scale (PedNIHSS) in a Multicenter Study, Stroke, 42:613-617, 2011. (12/2011)
  • Dowling MM, Hynan LS, Lo W, Licht DJ, McClure C, Yager JY, Dlamini N, Kirkham FJ, Deveber G, Pavlakis S; for the International Pediatric Stroke Study Group. International Paediatric Stroke Study: stroke associated with cardiac disorders. Int J Stroke. 2012 Dec 11. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-4949. (12/2011)
  • Qualia CM, Brown MR, Leung AK, Janner D, Zouros A, McClure C, Wycliffe D, Barron S. "Index of Suspicion." Pediatrics in Review 28.5 (2007): 193-198. (05/2007)
  • Janner, Donald, Will Probert, Chalmer McClure. "Ribosomal DNA assay of culture negative streptococcus pneumoniae meningitis." Pediatric Neurology 37. (2007): 55-58. (01/2007)
  • McClure, C.D, J. K. Johnston, J. A. Fitts, J. Cortes, C.W. Zuppan, R. E. Chinnock, S. Ashwal. "Postmortem intracranial neuropathology in children following cardiac transplantation." Pediatric Neurology 35.2 (2006): 107-113. At Loma Linda University Children?s Hospital, we reviewed the medical information of 405 pediatric patients who received orthotopic cardiac transplantation. Of those who died (n=136), 86% (n=117) underwent autopsies, and the brain was examined in 61% (n=82, male=39). We compiled the number and type of intracranial lesions present, and matched these to underlying functional cardiac disease categories. Intracranial abnormalities were present in 87%. Infarct was the most common primary CNS pathology in hypoplastic left heart syndrome (41%) but was also seen frequently in children with obstructive lesions (37%), cyanotic disease (31%), or cardiac shunting (29%). Secondary findings included extraparenchymal hemorrhage in obstructive lesions (31%); hypoxic changes occurred in 15% of patients with cyanotic disease and in 14% of those with cardiac shunting. Thirty-three percent of children with restrictive lesions had no neuropathology reported. Autopsy brain weights were matched against age and gender norms, with 29% of females and 36% of males below two standard deviations. Our findings revealed that intracranial pathology was present in the majority of transplanted children who underwent autopsy, and that infarctive changes constituted the most common neuropathological abnormality. Additionally, a number of children had significantly reduced brain weights. (01/2006)
  • McClure, Chalmer. "Book review of Albright, Pollack, and Adelson: Operative techniques in pediatric neurosurgery." Pediatric Neurology 25.2 (2001): 259-. (01/2001)
  • Nguyen, Nhu, Andrew Lee, Chalmer McClure, and Geoffery Miller. "Subretinal lesions in subacute sclerosing panencephalitis." JAAPOS 3.4 (1999): 252-254. (01/1999)
  • McClure, Chalmer, Paul McMillan, and Alfonso Miranda. "Demonstration of differential immunohistochemical localization of the neuron-specific enolase antigen in rat pinealocytes." American Journal of Anatomy 176. (1986): 461-467. (01/1986)

Books and Chapters

  •   Przekop A, McClure C, Ashwal S. Postoperative encephalopathy with choreoathetosis. Handb Clin Neurol. 2011;100:295-305. (12/2011)
  • McClure, Chalmer. Childhood cerebrovascular disease, in RM Perkin, JD Swift & D Newton (eds), Pediatric Hospital Medicine, 2nd Edition . Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007. (10/2007)
  • McClure, Chalmer. Cerebrovascular disease, in RM Perkin, JD Swift & D Newton (eds), Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003. (01/2003)
  • Shu, Stanford & Chalmer McClure. The floppy infant, in RM Perkin, JD Swift & D Newton (eds), Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003. (01/2003)

Online Publications

  • McClure, Chalmer. "Varicella vasculopathy in a 10 year old male." Baylor College of Medicine Neurology Home Page (www.bcm.tmc.edu/neurol/) 27. (1998): -. (01/1998)
  • Simpson, Erica and Chalmer McClure. "Case presentation of a 10 year old male with fulminant subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE)." Baylor College of Medicine Neurology Home Page (www.bcm.tmc.edu/neurol/) 24. (1998): -. (01/1998)
  • McClure, Chalmer, Dan Fain, and Gary Clark . "Leukodystrophy with a milder clinical course." Baylor College of Medicine Neurology Home Page (www.bcm.tmc.edu/neurol/) 12. (1997): -. (01/1997)