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4,633 Possible Causes for particles, released

  • Influenza

    Immune-mediated necrotizing myopathy may be associated with myositis-specific autoantibodies including anti-single recognition particle and anti-3-hydroxy-3- methylglutaryl-coenzyme[] […] antigens, haemagglutinin and sialidase (neuraminidase) that extensively decorate the surface of the virus and have been implicated in viral attachment and fusion, and the release[] Other combinations of particles display different kinetics from the native particles.[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    It protects the airway from foreign particles that could get into the lungs.[] View all recommendations from this society Released February 23, 2015 The majority of acute upper respiratory infections (URIs) are viral in etiology and the use of antibiotic[] Notes: Value Set content updated Sept 2017 Specifications Release Notes Header Incremented eMeasure Version number.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Reovirus particles were identified by electron microscopic examination of both the stool suspension and cell culture supernatant.[] Plasse, MD, RedHill’s medical director, noted in the press release.[] Of note, release of viruses from host cells has been described to occur without lysis.[]

  • Sinusitis

    This is where the mucus is made that cleans bacteria and other particles out of the air you breathe.[] Inform patients that CDC has released new guidelines on the prevention and management of STDs.[] If they are not functioning, these particles are not cleared and symptoms can present.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] urgency) ( Intermittent) Burning of the urethra, penis, or pubic area Nausea Headache Mild low back pain or other aches Feeling “lousy” or tired UTI Signs Sediment (gritty particles[] We provide data indicating that Stxs released by the EHEC isolates bind to Gb3Cer and Gb4Cer isolated from T24 cells, which were susceptible to Stx.[] Unlike the majority of genitourinary infections, viral particles are spread to the testicle by the hematogenous route.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Transmission of viruses can also occur due to poor hand washing techniques An infected person may shed viral particles onto their hands and then pass on these particles to[] When you have an infection, such as a cold, minute droplets of fluid containing the virus are released into the air whenever you cough or sneeze.[] A positive reaction releases light, which is captured on a Polaroid high-speed detector instant film within the imaging device.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Exposure to irritants, such as smoke, smog, dust particles, and fumes (from irritants such as strong acids, ammonia, some organic solvents, chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur[] Similar to influenza , acute bronchitis is transmitted person-to-person by droplets that are released into the air through coughs, sneezes, or talking.[] Although much less common, exposure to irritant fumes, small particles from textiles and dust can be a cause of acute bronchitis.[]

  • Sunburn

    Pinkerton , Particle Toxicities , Comprehensive Toxicology , 10.1016/B978-0-12-801238-3.02084-5 , (263-301) , (2018) . Sherine S.[] Ultraviolet (UV) B-induced hydrolysis of membrane phospholipids releases polyunsaturated fatty acids, and their subsequent metabolism by cyclooxygenases (COXs) and lipoxygenases[] UVR activates release of membrane fatty acids and upregulates their metabolism by cyclooxygenases (COX) and lipoxygenases (LOX) to different eicosanoids.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Shixun Li, Nengtai Ouyang, Junyan Wu, Changchuan Li, Wei Liu, Junxiong Qiu, Peng Peng, Ling Qin and Yue Ding , Antiresorptive Agents are More Effective in Preventing Titanium Particle‐Induced[] KEYWORDS: androgen; bone; gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists; male osteoporosis; testosterone[] Register for free services Subscribe Sign In Releases Saturday 13 April 2002 No 7342 Volume 324 Please remember to credit the BMJ as source when publicising an article and[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Transmission occurs by large particle aerosols or fomites.[] The GABHS releases exotoxins and proteases.[] […] as rhinovirus and coronavirus, can cause irritation of pharyngeal mucosa secondary to nasal secretions. 2 Streptococcal infections are characterized by local invasion and release[]

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