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Muscle disease in progressive systemic sclerosis: diagnostic and therapeutic considerations.
Upon careful examination, 23 of 24 patients with progressive systemic sclerosis (PSS) were found to have abnormalities of muscle. Nineteen patients presented a homogenous pattern of muscleExpand
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Regional migratory osteoporosis. A denervation disease.
Regional migratory osteoporosis is an uncommon entity charcterized by sudden attacks of migrating lower extremity paraarticular pain, local edema, and muscle atrophy; the disease is verified byExpand
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Measurement of intracellular pH of skeletal muscle with pH-sensitive glass microelectrodes.
We used three methods to examine the relationship among intracellular pH, transmembrane potential, and extracellular pH. Single-barreled electrodes permitted the determination of resting potentialExpand
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Torque-velocity relationships and muscle fiber composition in elite female athletes.
The relationship between the predominance of fast and slow muscle fibers of the vastus lateralis and "in vivo" torque velocity properties in 22 female athletes was studied. Fiber types wereExpand
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Serum pyruvate-kinase (PK) and creatine-phosphokinase (CPK) in progressive muscular dystrophies
PK and CPK have been determined in the serum from 208 individuals including 70 normal controls (61 adults and 9 children) and 138 patients with a variety of neuromuscular disorders. In adult controlsExpand
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Rhabdomyolysis and myoglobinuria. Association with hypokalemia of renal tubular acidosis.
A 44-year-old woman had severe hyperchloremic acidosis and hypokalemia. She had paralysis, muscle tenderness, and myoglobinuria. There was no history of previous muscle abnormality. In this case, theExpand
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Subclinical effects of chronic increased lead absorption--a prospective study. III. Neurologic findings at follow-up examination.
Neurologic examination, nerve conduction testing and electro-oculographic testing have been performed at a baseline examination and a follow-up examination in a group of lead workers with blood leadExpand
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Subclinical effects of chronic increased lead absorption--a prospective study. II. Results of baseline neurologic testing.
This report summarizes the results of baseline neurologic testing in a group of apparently healthy workers from a secondary lead smelter and a group of controls from nearby aluminum processingExpand
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Subclinical effects of chronic increased lead absorption--a prospective study. I. Study design and analysis of symptoms.
Seventy workers exposed to lead for at least one year and 35 control workers have been enrolled in a prospective study of possible neurologic effects of chronic lead absorption at or below theExpand
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Effect of protein binding of barbiturates on their rate of removal during peritoneal dialysis.
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