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Endothel-derived relaxating factor and hypertension
Endothelial dysfunction has been observed during chronic hypertension. Dilatation of various arteries in response to several endothelium-dependent agonist, including acetylcholine, is impaired in experimental models of ...
Epithel-derived relaxating factor and bronchial activity
Until recently the contractile actions of asthma mediators have been examined in vitro without consideration of the modulatory role of the associated epithelial cells. Removal of the,epithelium in vitro augments contraction ...
Since their discovery in 1957 as a mediators of the phenomenon of oral interference, that is inhibition the growth of one virus by another, interferons have been recognized as potent cytokines that are associated with ...
The postantibiotic effect (PAE) has become an important and interesting subject over the past fifteen years. The once daily administration of aminoglycosides in an attractive concept according to PAE. On this subjects a ...
The treatment choices in stress ulcer [STRES ULSERINDE TEDAVI SECENEKLERI]
Risky and sensitive people are more subject to stress ulcer and to one of its important complication, ulcer bleedings, when they meet with stress. Even though several causes had been thought to be responsible from etiology, ...
POSTOPERATIVE WOUND INFECTIONS
(W B SAUNDERS CO LTD, 1995)
A prospective study of postoperative wound infection was carried out over a two year period in Cumhuriyet University Medicine Faculty Hospital in Sivas, Turkey. Examination of wounds, with cultures of all suspicious wounds ...
PERFORATED DUODENAL-ULCER - AN UNUSUAL COMPLICATION OF MENINGITIS
(TURKISH J PEDIATRICS, 1994)
An 11-month-old boy was admitted to the hospital with fever, vomiting and seizures and was diagnosed with purulent meningitis. Two days later, an acute, perforated, duodenal ulcer was detected in the patient. Surgery was ...
THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING FISH BONE
(DECKER PERIODICALS INC, 1995)
This article reports the 9-month follow-up CT scan of a patient with a pharyngeal fish bone that had migrated into the soft tissues of the neck. The patient had been managed conservatively and remains well, the fish bone ...
Ca channel blockers in the medical treatment of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage
[No abstract available]
DIRECT DETERMINATION OF THE VANADIUM CONTENT OF LIGNITE BY ATOMIC-ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY USING A GRAPHITE-FURNACE ATOMIZER AND A SOLID SAMPLE
(BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN LTD, 1994)
The vanadium content of lignite is directly determined using powdered samples and a graphite furnace atomizer. Powdered lignite samples were standardized by the standard addition method and mixed with graphite powders; ...