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M Hyodo, E Yumoto
We report thirty-three patients treated for nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) in our clinic from 1976 to 1997. They consisted of 24 males and 9 females, and their ages ranged from 17 to 76 years with an average of 56 years. Fourteen patients initially presented with ear symptoms due to tubal insufficiency, 11 with cervical lymphadenopathy, 6 with nasal symptoms and 4 with cranial nerve paralysis. The mean interval from the onset of their complaints to the time of difinite diagnosis of NPC was 5.8 months. Seventeen patients (51...
October 1998: Nihon Jibiinkoka Gakkai Kaiho
G J Kelly, E Latzko
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December 1979: Die Naturwissenschaften
S N Baksi, A D Kenny
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October 1977: Endocrinology
E L Krawitt
Effects of chronic ethanol ingestion on duodenal calcium transport were investigated in rats ingesting 20 per cent ethanol. Calcium transport was inhibited by ethanol ingestion and the defect could not be reversed by vitamin D or 25-hydroxycholecalciferol administrationmethanol ingestion by vitamin D-deficient rats did not further suppress transport activity nor interfere with an increase in transport induced by vitamim D. Levels of intestinal calcium-binding activity were not suppressed. Brush-border alkaline phosphatase activity was suppressed by chronic ethanol ingestion as compared to ad libitum-fed control animals and administration of vitamin D to animals ingesting ethanol restored alkaline phosphatase activitymthe results suggest that ethanol interferes with calcium transport by a mechanism at least in part independent of the vitamin D pathway and that changes in alkaline phosphatase and calcium transport, although both affected by vitamin D, may represent independent metabolic consequences...
April 1975: Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine
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