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133 Possible Causes for glueck

  • Coffee

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  • Coagulation Abnormalities

    Glueck et al 21 reported higher serum ApoB levels in idiopathic than in secondary osteonecrosis.[] Glueck et al 28,30 described the T786C polymorphism of eNOS in patients with idiopathic osteonecrosis.[] Glueck et al 24,27 reported that elevated Lp(a) values were evident in primary but not secondary osteonecrosis.[]

  • Purpura Fulminans

    Arch Dis Child. 1951 Apr; 26 (126):184–193. [ PMC free article ] [ PubMed ] GLUECK HI, SUTHERLAND JM. Inherited factor-VII defect in a Negro family.[]

  • Hyperlipoproteinemia Type 4

    Glueck, C. J., Levy, R. I., Glueck, H. I., Gralnick, H. R., Greten, H., Fredrickson, D.[] Glueck, C. J., Kaplan, A. P., Levy, R. I., Greten, H., Gralnick, H., Fredrickson, D. S.: A new mechanism of exogenous hyperglyceridemia. Ann. intern.[]

  • Pulmonary Histoplasmosis

    Glueck and J. P. Biehl for making available to us cases used as a basis for this study. Author Affiliations †Instructor in medicine.[]

  • Asparaginase

    Charles Glueck for the lipoprotein electrophoreses.[]

  • Mitochondrial Myopathy

    ., Glueck, C. J.., Levy, R. I.: A skeletal-muscle disorder associated with intermittent symptoms and a possible defect of lipid metabolism. New Engl. J.[]

  • Lafora Disease

    Abstract Myoclonic epilepsy, described in 1911 by Lafora and Glueck, is an autosomal recessive hereditary clinical-pathological entity, which begins at the end of childhood[] Historical note and terminology The neuropathological features typically found in Lafora disease were first described by Lafora in 1911 ( Lafora 1911 ; Lafora and Glueck 1911[] Lafora disease which is one of these epilepsies in this group was described by Lafora and Glueck [ 1 ] in 1911.[]

  • Warfarin-induced Skin Necrosis

    Kant KS, Glueck H, Coats MC, Tonne VA, Brubaker K, Penn I: Protein S deficiency and skin necrosis associated with continuous peritoneal dialysis.[]

  • Ethosuximide

    Glueck; C. F. Stroebel; B. L. Szabek (November 1980). "Preliminary data on ethosuximide and the Episodic dyscontrol syndrome ".[]

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