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Opioid peptides and primary biliary cirrhosis.
Results indicate that blocking opioid receptors has an effect on some of the metabolic abnormalities of liver disease.
Factor XIII: inherited and acquired deficiency.
Estimation of body composition from bioelectrical impedance of body segments: Comparison with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry
Measurement of the impedance of the arm offers a simple method of assessing the composition of the whole body in normal individuals, and it appears comparable with other methods of assessment.
The effect of pectin on the structure and function of the rat small intestine
The effect of pectin on the structure and function of the rat small intestine was compared with that of a standard pellet diet and of a fibre-free basal diet and there were no significant differences between the pellet- and basal-diet-fed rats.
Interrelation of uric acid and ethanol metabolism in man.
- C. Lieber, D. P. Jones, M. Losowsky, C. S. Davidson
- MedicineThe Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 October 1962
Having observed that ethanol leads to an elevation of serum uric acid concentration, the mechanisms of this effect are investigated and the amount of ethanol administered is indicated individually with the results observed in each patients.
Human factor XIII: fibrin-stabilizing factor.
Asymptomatic neonatal colonisation by Clostridium difficile.
Transient colonisation by C difficile in early life is almost certainly more common than is generally recognized and the neonate provides an important reservoir of potential infection.
Effects of orthotopic liver transplantation on body composition.
Lean mass does not recover after liver transplantation, although there is an increase in fat mass that leads to the observed increase in total body weight.
management of patients with non‐responsive coeliac disease
A substantial minority of patients with coeliac disease fail to respond to treatment with a gluten‐free diet, and other causes to be considered include intolerances to dietary constituents other than gluten and ulcerative jejunitis.
Why are Alzheimer patients thin?
Alz patients lose weight and on average weigh 21% less than ND patients and 14% less Than MID patients, and this weight loss is not accounted for by any obvious deficit in food intake, or by mal absorption.