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  • Pharyngitis

    Upper motor neuron findings were present.[] The emergency clinician must sort through the broad differential for this complaint using a systematic approach that protects against early closure of the diagnosis.[] Polysaccharides were obtained from PCG by column chromatographic extraction.[] This report presents pharyngitis in a young girl which later developed into a subdural empyema caused by the bacteria Peptostreptococcus sp.[] This case highlights the importance of considering CMV infection in the differential diagnosis of patients with pharyngitis and VCI.[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    We report the case of a 12-year-old boy who suffered a severe TBI from a motor vehicle accident that resulted in complete deficiency of anterior pituitary function.[] This case led us to conclude that Rathke's cleft cysts should be considered in the differential diagnosis of patients who present with adrenal insufficiency, and that the[] This was believed to have occurred in close association following cervical vertebral column facet joint injections with triamcinolone acetonide for cephalagia deemed related[] Copper deposition or secondary neuronal damage in the pituitary may be a possible explanation for this theory.[] No specific findings were detected by bilateral adrenal angiography. 6 to 12 months later, abdominal CT showed decreased bilateral adrenal haemorrhage.[]

  • Minimally Conscious State

    The demonstration by Monti et al. (2010) of willful modulation of brain activity in persistent vegetative state implies the exceptional condition of a "complete motor locked-in[] This review focuses on neurofunctional imaging approaches recently introduced in the differential diagnosis and outcome assessment of patients with chronic disorders of consciousness[] This column reports on a recent decision, the first in England in which a court was asked to authorise the withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration from a patient[] […] this review is to describe the main neurophysiological techniques used in disorders of consciousness to evaluate residual cerebral function, to provide information on the neuronal[] This process can be transient and can produce dramatic alterations in consciousness that later resolve.[]

  • Vitamin A

    Overall, there was no impact of either maternal or newborn supplementation with vitamin A on intelligence, memory, and motor function.[] High-dose vitamin A supplementation (VAS) may affect mortality to infectious diseases in a sex-differential manner.[] Separations of VA, 25-OH VD3 and VE were performed on an Acquity UPLC reversed-phase Phenyl-Hexyl analytical column (CSH, 2.1   50 mm, 1.7 μm).[] […] expressed at neuronal level in Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease: α-synuclein, β-amyloid peptide, tau phosphorylation and RAGE.[] The symptoms in three patients primarily included headache, nausea, vomiting, fever, vertigo, and visual disorientation and later included peeling of the skin.[]

  • Morphine

    Morphine, hydromorphone, fentanyl and norfentanyl were separated on an Aquity UPLC BEH C18 column 1.7μm, 100mm 2.1mm at 50 C.[] Morphine can cause indirect excitation of VTA dopamine neurons by reducing inhibitory synaptic transmission mediated by GABAergic neurons.[] Permanent morphine-induced motor dysfunction has been reported after spinal ischemia.[] The facilitated Nestin expression delays the normal differentiation of neural stem cells.[] Failure to clear morphine-6-glucuronide renally led to respiratory depression episodes occurring later than those predicted by modelling morphine levels only.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as motor neuron disease (MND), is terminal, progressive neurological condition for which there are no curative treatments.[] The cells were tested for phenotype, growth properties, differentiation ability, metabolic activity, secretory potential, expression of genes for immunomodulatory molecules[] Microscopically, marked diffuse myelin pallor was observed in the anterolateral columns of the spinal cord.[] In spinal motor neurons of autopsy cases, both proteins showed a granular staining pattern.[] The disease is named after the pathology is causes - amyotrophy - muscular atrophy, and lateral sclerosis refers to the changes seen in the lateral tracts.[]

  • Guaifenesin

    (s) onto the analytical column and subsequent MS/MS detection.[] In diabetic patients, an early index of peripheral neuropathy is the slowing of conduction velocity in large myelinated neurons and a lack of understanding of the basic pathogenic[] We examined the effects of guaifenesin (GGE), N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and ambroxol (Amb) on differentiated human airway epithelial cells stimulated with IL-13 to produce additional[] Please try again later.[] To test these hypotheses, human differentiated airway epithelial cells, cultured at an air-liquid interface, were treated with clinically relevant concentrations of guaifenesin[]

  • Phenazopyridine

    Somewhere the motor of releasing vector needed to control aluminum vocal history section is delivered to the static structure fall by glenoid limits.[] […] the cellular differentiation state.[] Flow injection system included a conventional HPLC system (without a chromatographic column) and a diode array detector.[] I was then given phenazopyridine and then later uroxatral, both of which did nothing to help.[] After liquid-liquid extraction, the phenazopyridine in the plasma was analyzed on a C18 column under SIM mode.[]

  • Bumetanide

    We report an improvement of PD motor symptoms in the 4 patients treated with bumetanide (5 mg/d for 2 months).[] […] demonstrate that the gene encoding the bumetanide-sensitive cotransporter BSC2, one of the two major isoforms of Na-K-Cl cotransporters present in mammalian cells, can be differentially[] A C18 Radial Pak column and fluorescence detection (excitation wavelength 228 nm; emission wavelength 418 nm) were used.[] The intracellular level of chloride ([Cl()](i)) in immature neonatal neurons, compared with mature adult neurons, is about 20-40 mM higher due to robust activity of the chloride-importing[] In study 1, histamine (20 microL of 100 microM) or vehicle was injected into the area of iontophoresis 10 min later.[]

  • Persistent Vegetative State

    A woman suffered from massive blunt injuries in a motor vehicle accident at a presumed 4 weeks' gestation, but she successfully carried the fetus for an additional 29 weeks[] The differential diagnosis and the isolation of such a syndrome are discussed.[] Dorsal column stimulation (DCS) is described as a therapy for persistent deterioration of consciousness. The mechanism of its effect has not yet been elucidated.[] In conclusion, somatosensory stimulation of PVS patients, at intensities that elicited pain in controls, resulted in increased neuronal activity in primary somatosensory cortex[] Karen Ann Quinlan had a cardiopulmonary arrest in 1975 and died 10 years later, having never regained consciousness.[]