R. Arrúe

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Drug abusers typically consume not just one but several types of drugs, starting from alcohol and marijuana consumption, and then dramatically lapsing into addiction to harder drugs, such as cocaine, heroin, or amphetamine. The brain of drug abusers presents various structural and neurophysiological abnormalities, some of which may predate drug consumption(More)
Xylazine has been characterized as a selective alpha 2-adrenoceptor agonist, which has explained its central nervous system depressant and other pharmacological effects. In order to characterize the effect of xylazine on uterine motility during the oestrus cycle in goats, intrauterine pressure changes were recorded in cycling goats using balloon-tipped(More)
The internal mammary artery is widely recognized as the graft of choice for coronary artery bypass grafting at present. Alternative conduits have been investigated in order to find other adequate long-term grafts. The right gastroepiploic artery has been recently used as a graft to bypass distal coronary vessels. From November 1989 to April 1990 we have(More)
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