chagasic

chagasic

 [chah-gas´ik]
pertaining to or due to Chagas' disease.

chagasic

/cha·gas·ic/ (chah-gas´ik) pertaining to or due to Chagas' disease.
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Garg, "Phenyl-a-tert-butyl-nitrone and Benzonidazole Treatment Controlled the Mitochondrial Oxidative Stress and Evolution of Cardiomyopathy in Chronic Chagasic Rats," Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol.
Research on Trypanosoma cruzi and Analysis of Inflammatory Infiltrate in Esophagus and Colon from Chronic Chagasic Patients with and without Mega Hindawi Publishing Corporation.
Given his exposure history, serologic findings, abnormal ECG, and left ventricular cavity dilation, the patient was determined to have chronic Chagasic cardiomyopathy.
These data are consistent with Cur modulating Chagasic infection-induced changes in signal transduction linked to inflammation and/or oxidative stress in myocardium, both central mechanisms of T.
Parasite persistence in treated chagasic patients revealed by xenodiagnosis and polimerase chain reaction.
Nunes, "Depressive symptoms and disability in chagasic stroke patients: impact on functionality and quality of life," Journal of the Neurological Sciences, vol.
Brain natriuretic peptide and left ventricular dysfunction in Chagasic cardiomyopathy.
Use of a nested polymerase chain reaction (N-PCR) to detect Trypanosoma cruzi in blood samples from chronic chagasic patients and patients with doubtful serologies.