In the present study common ocular manifestations of neurotoxic
snake bites were ptosis followed by diplopia, ophthalmoplegia and optic neuritis, in order of decreasing incidence.
Although mild neurotoxic
effects have been mentioned to occur in rinkhals bite, these have not been well documented (Fig.
Factors related to maternal neurotoxic
exposure and neurodevelopment (e.g., breastfeeding) are significant in studies of children's exposure to ethylmercury (Marques a al.
This study shows that both midazolam and neostigmine, when administered intrathecally, have neurotoxic
effects in rabbits.
After 2 years of follow-up, 25% of the ovarian cancer patients in the cisplatin group had residual neurotoxic
effects, while "almost all patients in [the carboplatin group] had recovered," said Dr.
The AMX0035 has been shown to synergistically prevent nerve cell death and neurotoxic
inflammation, hallmarks of ALS, in preclinical models.
Lead (Pb) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are neurotoxic
contaminants that have been associated with impairment in response inhibition.
Their surprising results reveal that AB43 is even more abundant in the brains of AD patients than AB40, and more neurotoxic
Some chapter topics include phenotypic expression of autism and maternal depression, a molecular mechanism for heavy metal-induced neurotoxicity, neurotoxic
brainstem impairment as a proposed threshold event in autistic regression, and cytokine polymorphisms in autism.
An international research team led by Paul Cox of the National Tropical Botanical Garden based in Kalaheo, Hawaii, has suggested that the spike came from a rise in exposure to the neurotoxic
amino acid [beta]-N-methylamino-L alanine (BMAA).
The same year, the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) listed fragrances as a category of chemicals that should be given high priority for neurotoxic