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1. As mentioned in the discussion of pathophysiology, their beneficial effect is mainly due to the blocking of striatal acetylcholine receptors.
2. The pathophysiology of cluster headache is not established.
3. Conduct human studies to understand the underlying pathophysiology of diseases of interest to the NSRU.
4. And they like it also because the presentation from local case, such as "Diagnosis of the endocrine hypertension", "Pathophysiology of hyperglycaemia and other common metabolic traits" and so on.
5. Background: It is uncertain whether the pathophysiology of coronary artery disease ( CAD ) differs between genders.
6. To improve the knowledge of the pathophysiology of many brain areas involved by a lesion, such as the supplementary motor area, insula, premotor cortex, supramarginal and angular gyri.
7. Conclusion: VIP involves in the pathophysiology of asphyxial newborns and has a close relation with HIE.
8. However, understanding of the pathophysiology of uremic pruritus is still limited.
9. Background - The pathophysiology of diastolic heart failure ( DHF ) is poorly understood.
10. What is the pathophysiology of weaning failure?
11. This review provides a brief overview of the pathophysiology of the hypercoagulable state associated with nephrotic syndrome and the directions on antithrombotic therapy.
12. Subjects of study may include immunology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, laboratory medicine, surgical pathology, and special topics in forensic pathology.
13. SETTING: Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology, School of Medicine, Xi'an Jiao Tong University.
14. As mentioned previously, these observations have raised questions about the traditional pathophysiology ascribed to tension and migraine headaches.
15. Recent findings have shown the importance of phospholipids in biliary pathophysiology.
16. Recent evidence suggests that phospholipids are of major importance in biliary pathophysiology.
17. The rise in eicosanoid inflammatory mediators may have an important role in the pathophysiology of the early radiation bowel reaction.
18. The great news is in recent years there has been a rapid growth of scientific studies which have significantly advanced understanding of the pathophysiology and psychopharmacology of ADHD.
19. Asthma is characterized by chronic airway inflammation and mucus hypersecretion , but the excess mucus secretion has been relatively undervalued in pathophysiology of asthma.
20. In this article, we intended to discuss the basic pathophysiology of diabetes from an immuno- metabolic viewpoint in the beginning.
21. Conclusion of lipid peroxidation to biomembrane might be the common basis in pathophysiology for spleen - Qi deficiencyspleendeficiencyspleendeficiency.
22. The results suggest that leucine-enkephalin is probably involved in the pathophysiology of cerebral ischemia,[http://sentencedict.com/pathophysiology.html] and that hemodilution therapy may take effect by regulating endogenous opioid peptides.
23. In the knockdown approach, genes are targeted to decrease their transcription and translation related to the pathophysiology of hypertension and angiocardiopathy.
24. It was confirmed that the traditional Chinese medicine has a lot of target spots in the brain and less ill-effect, it could ameliorate several phenotypes of pathophysiology ...
25. Johnson's research results suggest that orexin plays a role in the pathophysiology of panic attacks and that orexin antagonists may someday be one means of treating panic disorder.
26. Inflammatory bowel disease(IBD) includes ulcerative colitis(UC) and Crohn's disease(CD). The pathophysiology mechanisms of the disease remains elusive.
27. This paper had discussed the mechanism and curative effect on ethinyl tretinoin treating psoriasis in pathophysiology of psoriasis through tretinoin receptor.
28. BACKGROUND: There is increasing evidence for an association between alterations of brain glutamatergic neurotransmission and the pathophysiology of affective disorders.
29. Objective To study sagittal mobility about the FTJ(first tarsometatarsal joint) and its relationship with the pathophysiology and treatment of hallux valgus patients.
30. If efficacy in psychosis and tardive dyskinesia is confirmed, it is likely to lead to revision of our understanding of the pathophysiology and treatment of these disorders.
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