Laura Dinneen

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Recent advances in knowledge regarding histopathology, cause, and treatment of pediatric vascular anomalies have led to substantial changes in classification and terminology. Over the past two decades, various subspecialists have adopted a new classification system proposed by the International Society for the Study of Vascular Anomalies (ISSVA). The ISSVA(More)
Highly buffered acetylsalicylate was used to treat diarrhoea and other gastrointestinal side-effects of radiotherapy in 28 women who were receiving treatment for uterine cancer. In a double-blind, balanced, and randomised trial, acetylsalicylate significantly reduced the number of bowel motions and relieved abdominal pain and flatulence.
The activity of thymoleptics, monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) and amphetamine-like antidepressants were compared in biochemical and pharmacological tests. Thymoleptics, MAOI ~nd amphetamine-like compounds all produced a calorigenic action in animals treated with reserpine t7 hours previously. Reserpine-induced ptosis was reversed by drugs from each(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this article is to review new terminology to diagnose, classify, and refer patients with vascular anomalies for additional imaging, intervention, and treatment. CONCLUSION In recent decades, much has been learned regarding the histopathology, cause, and treatment of vascular anomalies. As information has been gleaned, a new(More)
A study was carried out in 10 healthy volunteers, aged between 22 and 28 years, to investigate the pharmacokinetics of an aspirin-metoclopramide combined preparation compared with those of the individual components given alone. Blood levels were determined before and after administration of a single dose of the three medications given at weekly intervals.(More)
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