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Classical and artificial xenodiagnostic techniques made with Dipetalogaster maximus of first stage were performed simultaneously in 57 patients with chronic T. cruzi infection (22 male and 35 female patients, aged 7-80 years). With the exception of two patients with megaoesophagus, all had two previous positive serological reaction and a further test was(More)
  • Jm Alisky, Alfaro Jl, +8 authors Oken Bs Methylphenidate
  • 2006
To the Editor—Sedation is a common side-effect of drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease, especially anticholinergic and dopaminergic drugs. Caffeine and methylphenidate may alleviate this sedation and improve the treatment of Parkinson's disease. Two case histories provided the initial basis for this idea. The first patient was a healthy adult who(More)
The efficacy and safety of a new device for administering powdered budesonide in allergic rhinitis was evaluated. This method eliminates the disadvantages of traditional preparations and improves dosing and administration, even at low nasal flow rates. A randomized, controlled, single-blind study was made in 66 patients with allergic rhinitis, half of whom(More)
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