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Reversible depression in myocardial performance in dogs with experimental phosphorus deficiency.
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The results indicate that moderate diet-induced phosphorus depletion can depress myocardial performance, and with repletion of phosphorus, myocardIAL performance improves.
Listeria cerebritis. Relapse of infection in renal transplant patients.
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High-dose penicillin or ampicillin therapy for four to six weeks is recommended for Listeriainfections in this select group of patients and a relapse rate of 35% is reported in transplant patients withListeriameningitis and/or bacteremia who are treated for less than three weeks.
Hemodialysis of Theophylline in Uremic Patients
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The kinetic study indicated an approximately 50 per cent reduction in terminal half-life during hemodialysis, namely, blood and dialyzate flow rates, which were higher in this study than in previous studies.
Reversible changes of the muscle cell in experimental phosphorus deficiency.
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It is concluded that moderate phosphorus depletion can induce reversible changes in skeletal muscle composition and transmembrane potential in the dog, and it apparently occurs independently of profound hypophosphatemia.
Chronic renal vein thrombosis.
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A constellation of findings occurred with such frequency in patients with demonstrated chronic renal vein thrombosis that it virtually diagnostic of renal venous obstruction, and are an indication for definitive angiographic and biopsy procedures.
Reversal of intractable uremic pericarditis by triamcinolone hexacetonide.
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Five patients undergoing long-term hemodialysis developed intractable pericarditis, unresponsive to intensive dialysis and pericardiocentesis, and were treated with prolonged pericARDial drainage by an indwelling polyethylene catheter and instillation of triamcinolone hexacetonide.
Papillary necrosis in kidney transplant patients.
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Renal papillary necrosis, a rather late complication with renal allograft, was demonstrated in this population on an average of 28.1 months after transplantation.
THE MUSCLE CELL IN CHRONIC ALCOHOLISM: THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF PHOSPHATE DEPLETION IN ALCOHOLIC MYOPATHY *
The observation that acute muscular tenderness, swelling, pain, and myoglobinuria may occur in some patients with chronic, severe alcoholism was made by Hed et al. in 1955.' This was ~ o n f i r m e
Hypophosphatemia and rhabdomyolysis.
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A subclinical myopathy may set the stage for rhabdomyolysis if acute, severe hypophosphatemia is superimposed upon a pre-existing sub clinical myopathy, and changes in serum phosphorus and CPK activity resembled those observed in patients with subclinical alcoholic myopathy.
Higher prevalence of HLA-B12 in patients with IgA nephropathy.
Excerpt With the advent of immunofluorescence and electron microscopy, classification of renal disease has become more complex and sophisticated. One clinicopathologic entity that has become well d...
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