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Organophosphate poisoning: predicting the need for ventilatory support.
The present study evaluated 103 consecutive patients of organophosphate poisoning with special reference to the need for ventilatory support. Of 103 patients, 36(34.95%) required assistedExpand
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Lithium in prophylactic therapy of manic-depressive illness: Biochemical correlates of response
.Salem B, et al (1971a): Somatosensory evoked potential changes during theothixene treatment in schizophrenic patients. Psychopharmacologia 20:242. Salem B, et al (1971b): Somatosensory evokedExpand
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Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura and acute polyneuritis: a coincidence or association?
Sir, Amiodarone-induced thyrotoxicosis is well known for being difficult to treat. Thionamide drugs often fail,' and if possible amiodarone should be stopped. Recently there has been much work andExpand
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Pituitary tuberculosis.
Tuberculous involvement of pituitary is extremely rare and is usually not suspected while dealing with pituitary adenomas, even in patients with history of systemic tuberculosis. We report a case ofExpand
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Saliva lithium levels for monitoring lithium prophylaxis of manic depressive psychosis.
The usefulness of salivary lithium values for monitoring long-term lithium prophylaxis was studied in 60 patients on lithium therapy. A total of 99 pairs of saliva and serum samples were obtained,Expand
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Echocardiography in patients with cerebral infarction.
Fifty consecutive patients of cerebral infarction underwent a detailed evaluation for the presence of cardiac disease, by means of a standard questionnaire, clinical examination, a 12 leadExpand
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Dapsone in treatment of chronic idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura in adults.
BACKGROUND When a patient is steroid-dependant, a currently available strategy in chronic idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) is to follow a trial and error approach with any of the known drugsExpand
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Inferior petrosal sinus sampling in the diagnostic evaluation of Cushing's syndrome: K.E.M. experience.
INTRODUCTION An overlap in the clinical and biochemical features of the more common pituitary Cushing's disease and the rare ectopic ACTH secreting tumors often leads to a diagnostic dilemma. HighExpand
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Variation in the relationship between serum and saliva lithium levels.
This study has been carried out to find out the reasons for the wide variations observed in the correlation between serum and saliva lithium levels. Serum/saliva lithium levels were monitored in 10Expand
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A study of hyperinsulinaemia in Indian hypertensive subjects.
Fasting and 2 hours post-prandial serum insulin levels were estimated in 100 hypertensive subjects and 25 matched, healthy controls, by radio-immuno assay (RIA). Seventy four of the 100 hypertensivesExpand
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