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216 Possible Causes for Cold-Induced Muscle Cramps, Disruption Plasma Membrane

  • Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Classic-Like Type 1

    Cases have been reported of patient manifesting chronic widespread pain, chronic headache occurring during pregnancy, depression and/or cold-induced muscle cramps, who have[] cramps or myalgia.[] […] skeletal muscle disorder characterized by muscle stiffness and an inability of the muscle to relax after voluntary contraction, but can infrequently manifest as generalized muscle[]

  • Actinic Keratosis

    Firstly, there is rapid cellular necrosis through the disruption of the plasma membrane and mitochondrial swelling.[] Antitumor activity of 3-ingenyl angelate: plasma membrane and mitochondrial disruption and necrotic cell death. Cancer Res 2004 ;64: 2833 - 2839 8.[] Antitumor activity of 3-ingenyl angelate: plasma membrane and mitochondrial disruption and necrotic cell death. Cancer Res. 2004;64:2833–9. PubMed Google Scholar 113.[]

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  • Oral Candidiasis

    Fluconazole is a potent and selective inhibitor of fungal enzymes involved in the synthesis of ergosterol, an important constituent of the plasma cell membrane.[] It therefore disrupts cell wall formation leading to leakage of cellular contents and cell death.[] It is well absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract and the plasma levels are over 90% of the levels achieved with intravenous administration and the levels in saliva and sputum[]

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  • Toxoplasmosis

    (open white arrowhead: T. gondii inner membrane complex [IMC]; filled white arrowhead: T. gondii plasma membrane; black arrowhead: PVM). Bars: 250 nm.[] Frequently the plasma membrane of the parasite itself appeared damaged and IIGP1 label was associated with internal parasite membranes ( Figure 6 C) suggesting destruction[] It remains to be established whether the p47 GTPases also contribute to perforation of the T. gondii plasma membrane or whether the p47 GTPase-dependent removal of the protective[]

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  • Staphylococcus Aureus

    This mechanism plays a major role in disrupting the humoral host defense [ 45, 48 ].[] SAPs are also able to break down portions of immunoglobulins, which are glycoproteins synthesized and secreted by plasma cells that function as antibodies.[] The extracellular PLs are capable to target and digest the membrane phospholipids, the major component of all host cell membranes, thereby facilitating microorganism invasion[]

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  • Diabetes Mellitus

    […] of cell membrane ion transport, and a rapid shift in extracellular and intracellular fluids resulting in changes in osmolality.[] Prevention might include avoidance of excessive hydration and rapid reduction of plasma osmolarity, a gradual decrease in serum glucose, and maintenance of serum glucose between[] […] mechanisms have been proposed, which include the role of cerebral ischemia/hypoxia, the generation of various inflammatory mediators ( 72 ), increased cerebral blood flow, disruption[]

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  • Cardiac Arrhythmia

    Recent findings indicated that chronic treatment with various drugs not only inhibits hERG channels but also decreases hERG channel expression in the plasma membrane of cardiomyocytes[] The mechanisms involve the disruption of hERG trafficking to the surface membrane or the acceleration of hERG protein degradation.[]

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  • Stroke

    Disruption of cellular metabolism also impairs normal sodium-potassium plasma membrane pumps, producing an intracellular increase in sodium, which in turns increases intracellular[] […] viable for several hours because of marginal tissue perfusion. [10] Ischemic cascade On the cellular level, the ischemic neuron becomes depolarized as ATP is depleted and membrane[]

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  • Cerebral Thrombosis

    disruption in the blood-brain barrier and leakage of plasma into the interstitial space is a reversible phenomenon if the venous occlusion is successfully treated. [4] The[] Cytotoxic edema caused by local ischemia, subsequently damages the energy-dependent cellular membrane pumps and induce intracellular swelling. [4] Vasogenic edema caused by[]

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  • Myocardial Infarction

    Necrosis is characterised by the rapid loss of cellular homeostasis, rapid swelling as a result of the accumulation of water and electrolytes, early plasma membrane rupture[] , and the disruption of cellular organelles.[]

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