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J. Aidan Carney


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American pathologist, Rochester, Minnesota.

Biography of J. Aidan Carney

J. Aidan Carney worked with the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. He is now emerited.

We thank Sanjay A. Pai, MD, and Larry Kirschner for information submitted.


  • Jeanine M. Czech, Terry R. Kichor, J. Aidan Carney:
    Neoplasms metastatic to the thyroid gland.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Chicago, 1982, 155: 503-505.
  • J.A. Carney, L. S. Hruska, G. D. Beauchamp, H. Gordon:
    Dominant inheritance of the complex of myxomas, spotty pigmentation, and endocrine overactivity.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, 1986, 61: 165-172.
  • C. A. Stratakis, J. A. Carney, J-P Lin et al:
    Carney complex, a familial multiple neoplasia and lentiginosis syndrome. Analysis of 11 kindreds and linkage to the short arm of chromosome 2.
    The Journal of Clinical Investigation, New York, 1996, 97: 699–705.
  • J.A. Carney:
    Psammomatous melanotic schwannoma. A distinctive inheritable tumor with special associations, including cardiac myxoma and endocrine overactivity.
    The American Journal of Surgical Pathology, New York, 1990, 14: 206–222.
  • J.A. Carney, W. F. J. Young:
    Primary pigmented nodular adrenocortical disease and its associated conditions.
    The Endocrinologist, 1992, 2: 6-21.
  • Diarmuid S. O’Riordain, William F. Young, Jr., Clive S. Grant, J. Aidan Carney, Jon A. van Heerden:
    Clinical Spectrum and Outcome of Functional Extraadrenal Paraganglioma.
    World Journal of Surgery, New York, July 1996, 20 (7): 916-922.
  • Constantine A. Stratakis, Nikos A. Courcoutsakis, Andrea Abati, Armando Filie, John L. Doppman, J. Aidan Carney and Thomas Shawker:
    Thyroid Gland Abnormalities in Patients with the Syndrome of Spotty Skin Pigmentation, Myxomas, Endocrine Overactivity, and Schwannomas (Carney Complex).
    The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Baltimore, 1997, 82 (7): 2037-2043.
  • Constantine A. Stratakis, Nicholas Sarlis, Lawrence S. Kirschner, J. Aidan Carney, John L. Doppman, Lynnette K. Nieman, George P. Chrousos, and Dimitris A. Papanicolaou:
    Paradoxical Response to Dexamethasone in the Diagnosis of Primary Pigmented nodular Adrenocortical Disease.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, October 19, 1999, 131 (8): 585-591.
  • J. Aidan Carney:
    Gastric Stromal Sarcoma, Pulmonary Chondroma, and Extra-adrenal Paraganglioma (Carney Triad): Natural History, Adrenocortical Component, and Possible Familial Occurrence.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, June 1999, 74 (6): 543-552.
  • Charles K. Tashima; J. Aidan Carney:
    The Carney Eponym.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, October 1999, 74 (10). Letter to the editor.
  • K. S. Kirschner, J. Aidan Carney, Svetlana D. Pack, Susan E. Taymans, Christoforos Giatzakis, Yee Sook Cho, Yoon S. Cho-Chung & Constantine A. Stratakis:
    Mutations of the gene encoding the protein kinase A type I- regulatory subunit in patients with the Carney complex.
    Nature Genetics, New York, September 1, 2000, 26. 89-92.
  • Lawrence S. Kirschner, Fabiano Sandrini, Juahdi Monbo, Jing-Ping Lin, J. Aidan Carney and Constantine A. Stratakis:
    Genetic heterogeneity and spectrum of mutations of the PRKAR1A gene in patients with the Carney complex.
    Human Molecular Genetics, Oxford, 2000, 9 (20): 3037-3046.
  • J. Aidan Carney
    Salivary Heterotopia, Cysts, and the Parathyroid Gland Branchial Pouch Derivatives and Remnants.
    The American Journal of Surgical Pathology, New York, 2000, 24: 837-845.
    From the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A.
  • Constantine A. Stratakis, Lawrence S. Kirschner and J. Aidan Carney:
    Clinical and Molecular Features of the Carney Complex: Diagnostic Criteria and Recommendations for Patient Evaluation.
    The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2001, 86 (9): 4041-4046.
  • J. Aidan Carney, Ronald G. Swee:
    Carney Complex.
    The American Journal of Surgical Pathology, New York, March 2002, 26 (3): 393.
  • J. Aidan Carney, Constantine A. Stratakis:
    Familial paraganglioma and gastric stromal sarcoma: A new syndrome distinct from the Carney triad.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, 202, 108 (2): 132-139.
  • Harold J. Rothenberg, John R. Goellner and J. Aidan Carney:
    Prevalence and Incidence of Cytoplasmic Yellow Bodies in Thyroid Neoplasms.
    Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Chicago, June 2003, 127 (6): 715-717.

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