J T Yarrington

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gamma-Vinyl GABA (GVG, vigabatrin) is a GABA transaminase-inhibiting antiepileptic agent. In dogs, chronic GVG administration produces reversible microvacuolation (intramyelinic edema) in discrete brain regions and slowing in central afferent transmission as measured by somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs). Because this microvacuolation is especially(More)
Chronic administration of vigabatrin (gamma-vinyl GABA) in dogs produces reversible microvacuolation (intramyelinic edema) in discrete brain regions. Histologic changes are most notable in the columns of the fornix and regions of the hypothalamus, thalamus, optic tract, and hippocampus. In an attempt to image these changes in vivo, we performed high-field(More)
The relative cardiotoxicity of pegylated (STEALTH) liposomal doxorubicin (PL-DOX; Doxil) was compared to nonliposomal doxorubicin (Adriamycin) in rabbits and dogs treated i.v. for up to 22 weeks. No histological evidence of cardiotoxicity was seen in dogs treated with placebo liposomes or PL-DOX every 3 weeks for a total of 10 doses (cumulative doxorubicin(More)
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