Quinpirole [D.sub.2/3] agonist ), after a transient suppression of instrumental behavior, increases water intake - the transient phase is abolished by amphetamine (induces hyperdipsia) but haloperidol [D.sub.2] antagonist) inhibits this reversal effect of amphetamine.
Quinpirole- and amphetamineinduced hyperdipsia: Influence of fluid palatability and behavioral cost.
vulnerary, antiemetic, barks, roots, (Anacardiaceae); anti-inlammatory, stones, and fruits 18646/HNC cough, hiccup, hyperdipsia
, burning sensation, hemorrhages, haemoptysis, hemorrhoids, wounds, ulcers, diarrhoea, dysentery, pharyngopathy, scorpion string, wounds, ulcers, anorexia, and dyspepsia .
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Mechanism of lithium carbonate induced hyperdipsia
Repeated administration of toluene in rats was associated with lowered concentrations of 5-HT in the frontal cortex, hippocampus, and midbrain and of 5-HIAA in midbrain and hypothalamus; these alterations were associated with insomnia, hyperactivity, and hyperdipsia (Arito et al., 1985).
Partial insomnia, hyperactivity and hyperdipsia induced by repeated administration of toluene in rats: Their relation to brain monoamine metabolism.
Effect of cilazapril on hyperdipsia
in hemodialyzed patients.