Zygmunt Hajdukiewicz

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Distribution and retention of mercury and selenium was studied in rats exposed repeatedly to HgCl2 injections (0.5 mg Hg/kg to the tail vein every other day) and intragastrically to Na2SeO3 (0.5 mg Se/kg every day), applying combined and separate administration of these metals for 2 weeks. Whole-body retention of mercury in the presence of selenium was(More)
The authors report a case in which the last cranial nerves were damaged with development of the Collet-Sicard-Villaret syndrome. The cause was metastasis of clear cell renal carcinoma. The syndrome is extremely rare. The fairly long, intermittent course in this case deserves attention.