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SAMPLING VARIABILITY AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE DIAGNOSTIC YIELD OF PERCUTANEOUS NEEDLE BIOPSY OF THE LIVER
In an investigation to determine the influence of sampling variability on the diagnostic yield of liver biopsy, 3 consecutive samples were obtained from each of 75 patients by redirecting the biopsy… Expand
Acute pulmonary oedema in two athletes during a 90-km running race.
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus with early onset in Blacks and Indians.
- A. Asmal, B. Dayal, +4 authors F. Thandroyen
- South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse…
- 18 July 1981
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) with onset below 35 years of age was studies in 43 Indian and 9 Black patients. NIDDM was diagnosed in 10.0% and 1.6% of diabetes in the respective… Expand
Content of magnesium in drinking water and deaths from ischaemic heart disease in white South Africans.
- W. Leary
Mortality rates for acute myocardial infarction and ischaemic heart disease (IHD) of white males and females in South Africa are much higher than those in the USA, Australia, England and Wales when… Expand
Removal of Angiotensin by Isolated Perfused Organs of the Rat
Tissue peptidases are the enzymes chiefly responsible for the removal of angiotensin II in rat liver and kidney.
Magnesium supplementation in hypertension treated with hydrochlorothiazide
Monotherapy with magnesium increases abnormally low high density lipoprotein cholesterol: a clinical assay
Renal and hepatic inactivation of angiotensin in rats: influence of sodium balance and renal artery compression.
1. Rates of inactivation of asn 1 val 5 angiotensin II by isolated perfused rat liver and kidney have been investigated in a variety of experimental conditions. 2. The liver inactivates angiotensin… Expand
Allopurinol or Oxypurinol in Heart Failure Therapy – a Promising New Development or End of Story?
SummaryThe plasma level of the uric acid is frequently elevated in heart failure, due to increased production and/or to reduced renal excretion of this antioxidant metabolite. The transformation of… Expand
Pharmacokinetics and bioavailability of tamoxifen in postmenopausal healthy women.
- W. Fuchs, W. Leary, M. J. van der Meer, S. Gay, K. Witschital, A. von Nieciecki
- 1 April 1996
A randomised cross-over study in 24 postmenopausal women was selected to establish bioequivalence of two tamoxifen (CAS 10540-29-1) formulations. In addition, this study compiled pharmacokinetic… Expand