J P Salleras

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UNLABELLED Differences in sensitivity to anesthetic drugs have already been described among races. This study was designed to comparatively investigate the anesthetic requirements of two different ethnic groups: Caucasians and African blacks. Forty-five Caucasians from Italy and 45 African blacks from Senegal, who underwent general IV anesthesia with(More)
The authors report a new case of necrosing angeitis similar to those individualised by Churg and Strauss in 1951. After a persistent rhinitis, the patient developed serious asthma, left hemiplegia 8 months later (secondary to an intracerebral hemorrhage) polyneuritis and extensive necrosis of the small intestine. There was no renal or cardiac involvement.(More)
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