Manami Nishida

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When pregnant women abuse methamphetamine, the foremost concern is the potential adverse effect of this substance on fetal development. Clinical studies in humans have found that exposure to methamphetamine during brain development can cause neurobehavioral abnormalities, such as aggressive behavior, learning problems, and poor social adaptation. In the(More)
Prepubertal rats were exposed to unilateral spermatic cord torsion for 0, 1, 3, 5, 9 or 12 hours duration. At the end of this time the damaged testes were either removed or untwisted and pexed into place. The animals were then allowed to mature to 77 days of age at which time the contralateral testes were examined for 12 histological parameters and scored(More)
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