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Phyllanthus Abnormis Poisoning


Presentation

  • Researchers have developed ways to analyze the potential of these plants and demonstrated the pharmacological action and various chemical entities present in each of them.[books.google.de]
  • Lalithamba present Pharmacopoeial prestige of Phyllanthus Species: P. emblica, P. amarus, and P. fraternus Raman Mohan Singh and Vivekanandan Kalaiselvan Cultivation, Economics, and advertising and marketing of Phyllanthus Species B. R.[solution-r.com]
  • Two molecules of DNA ligase are present in the asymmetric unit, giving a crystal volume per protein mass (Vm) of 3.1 ANG3 Da-1 and a solvent content of 61%.[wwe.geoscience.net]
Falling
  • ’s Sword Fern Neyraudia reynaudiana Burma Reed † Ocotea coriacea Lance Wood Oenothera humifusa Seaside Evening-primrose Okenia hypogaea Beach-peanut Opuntia humifusa Pricklypear Panicum amarum Beachgrass Panicum dichotomiflorum var. bartowense Hairy Fall[crandonpark.wordpress.com]
  • Naturalized tree; native of Asia, introduced to our area via the horticultural trade as a shade tree notable for its colorful fall foliage.[anasahife.org]
Painter
  • Painter 168 (TEX-LL); creekbed 4 mi above Barton Springs on current (1956) Gaines Ranch, Oct 1922, R. H. Painter 168 (TEX-LL). Previous Travis County floras: Lynch, 1974. Polygala verticillata L. WHORLED MILKWORT. Native annual.[anasahife.org]
Camping
  • W of Exposition Blvd., Camp Mabry, 22 Apr 1991, W. R. Carr 11089 (TEX-LL); Cow Creek Rd. at R. M. 1431, 12 Jul 1995, C. W. Sexton s.n. (BCNWR).[anasahife.org]
Weakness
  • […] sandmat dixie sandmat heartleaf sandmat hyssop-leaf sandmat spotted sandmat prairie sandmat eyebane prostrate sandmat Texas bull nettle healing croton Lindheimer's hogwort dove weed Texas croton mercury snow-on-the-prairie toothed spurge warty spurge weak[readbag.com]
Tenesmus
  • Phyllanthus abnormis North American plant; contains an unidentified toxin which causes liver and kidney damage manifested by compulsive walking, tenesmus, rectal prolapse, petechiation and death. Called also spurge.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • Seeds: Trigonous, minutely tubercled in regular concentric lines. 31 Phyllanthus abnormis Phyllanthus abnormis is a North American plant that contains an unidentified toxin that causes liver and kidney damage, manifested by compulsive walking, tenesmus[solution-r.com]
Toothache
  • TICKLE-TONGUE, TOOTHACHE-TREE, HERCULES' CLUB. Native tree. A species of the southeastern United States, here at or near the southwestern limit of its current distribution.[anasahife.org]
Blue Eyes
  • eyes Lundell's phacelia Krameriaceae Krameria lanceolata Ratany Family ratany Lamiaceae Brazoria truncata Monarda citriodora Monarda punctata Monarda viridissima Rhododon ciliatus Scutellaria drummondii Teucrium canadense Mint Family rattlesnake flower[readbag.com]
Fracture
  • Rare in our area, usually rooted in fractured limestone situated just above the normal water level of perennial streams yet subject to violent scouring during occasional floods.[anasahife.org]

Workup

Candida
  • […] short-spike noseburn branched noseburn Fabaceae Amorpha canescens Astragalus distortus Astragalus leptocarpus Astragalus lindheimeri Astragalus pleianthus Baptisia bracteata Baptisia leucophaea Centrosema virginianum Chamaecrista fasciculata Dalea aurea Dalea candida[readbag.com]

Treatment

  • The genus Phyllanthus has over 1,000 species distributed worldwide, many of which have been used indigenously for the treatment of a variety of ailments for generations.[books.google.de]
  • Pharmaceutical formulation useful for the treatment of hepatitis B, hepatitis C and other viral infections of the liver and a process for its preparation Download PDF Info Publication number US6589570B1 US6589570B1 US09/719,486 US71948600A US6589570B1[google.com]
  • Treatment for poisoning depends on the type of poison. If you suspect someone has been poisoned, call your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222 right away.[icdlist.com]
  • Photoperiodism--, roundworm, penetration of hexyl resorciPhotoperiodism-, 242. and sex in Zea mays, 649. no 242. in jute in Bengal, 493. treatment by sulfaguanidine for cocciPhycomyces in assay in thiamine in agar, diosis, 564. 639. tuberculin test, 247[digital.library.unt.edu]
  • Daily administration of thiabendazole (200 mg/animal) by stomach tube to rats infected with 500 Trichinella spiralis larvae caused partial destruction of muscle larvae from the 2nd day of treatment; no live larvae were found 7 days after the end o...[wwe.geoscience.net]

Epidemiology

  • […] cooking, 276. capsici, cause of tomato fruit rot, epiphycontent of leaf tissue, determination by tology and control, 345. micromethods, 301. erythroseptica, invasion of potato tuber, determination, modified molybdenum blue 513. procedure, 13. infestans, epidemiology[digital.library.unt.edu]
Sex distribution
Age distribution

Pathophysiology

  • (6) 225 (1) 226 (4) 230 (1) 230 (5) 230 (1) 230 (5) Chapter 15 Diabetes and Diabetic Complications and Phyllanthus species 235 (20) Geereddy Bhanuprakash Reddy 235 (2) 15.1.1 Diabetic Complications 236 (1) 15.1.2 Biochemical/Molecular Mechanisms and Pathophysiology[kriso.lt]

Prevention

  • To prevent poisoning it is important to use and store products exactly as their labels say. Keep dangerous products where children can't get to them. Treatment for poisoning depends on the type of poison.[icdlist.com]
  • Leaves, roots, stem, bark and berries of this genus contain lignans and other phytochemicals . [20] [21] [22] Phyllanthus species have been assessed for use in people with chronic hepatitis B virus infection, but the low quality of clinical trials has prevented[like2do.com]
  • Phyllanthus extract Also Published As Similar Documents Publication Publication Date Title Agostino et al. 1965 Trauma as a cause of localization of blood-borne metastases preventive effect of heparin and fibrinolysin Mathe et al. 1966 Extensive histological[google.com]

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