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Axonal injury and the neuropathology of shaken baby syndrome
Abstract We examined an autopsy series of 14 children with shaken baby syndrome (SBS) who lacked skull fracture. Evidence of axonal injury was sought using immunohistochemical stains forExpand
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Gauze-induced granuloma ("gauzoma"): an uncommon complication of gauze reinforcement of berry aneurysms.
Incompletely and even adequately clipped berry aneurysms are often reinforced with finely shredded gauze. In seven female patients this practice led to a series of events including headache, pyrexia,Expand
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Comparison of phenanthrene and pyrene degradation by different wood-decaying fungi.
The degradation of phenanthrene and pyrene was investigated by using five different wood-decaying fungi. After 63 days of incubation in liquid culture, 13.8 and 4.3% of the [ring U-14C]phenanthereneExpand
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Post-herpetic neuralgia: Post-mortem analysis of a case
&NA; The morphological and biochemical substrates of the severe pain in post‐herpetic neuralgia (PHN) are unclear. This report is an autopsy study of a 67‐year‐old male with severe PHN during theExpand
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Severe sensorineural hearing loss caused by lightning. A temporal bone case report.
To our knowledge, this article represents the second temporal bone case report in the literature of profound bilateral sensorineural deafness resulting from a lightning strike to the neck. InitialExpand
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Fungal biotransformation of the antihistamine azatadine by Cunninghamella elegans.
The metabolism of the antihistamine azatadine by the zygomycete fungus Cunninghamella elegans ATCC 9245 was investigated. Within 72 h from the addition of the drug to 48-h-old cultures grown inExpand
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Subacute necrotizing myelopathy: MR imaging in four pathologically proved cases.
This report describes the MR and correlative imaging findings of four histologically proved cases of subacute necrotizing myelopathy in which there was no evidence of a spinal dural arteriovenousExpand
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Central nervous system vasculitis in rheumatoid arthritis.
The history of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis and necrotizing vasculitis affecting only the central nervous system is reported. Clinical and pathological involvement by this process was presentExpand
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Novel metabolites in phenanthrene and pyrene transformation by Aspergillus niger.
Aspergillus niger, isolated from hydrocarbon-contaminated soil, was examined for its potential to degrade phenanthrene and pyrene. Two novel metabolites, 1-methoxyphenanthrene and 1-methoxypyrene,Expand
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Initial oxidative and subsequent conjugative metabolites produced during the metabolism of phenanthrene by fungi
Three filamentous fungi were examined for the ability to biotransform phenanthrene to oxidative (phase I) and conjugative (phase II) metabolites. Phenanthrene metabolites were purified byExpand
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