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tox·i·co·log·ic

(tok'si-kō-loj'ik),
Relating to toxicology.
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tox·i·co·log·ic

(tok'si-kŏ-loj'ik)
Relating to toxicology.
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In 415 (91.0%) cases, the patient had clinical signs or symptoms of intoxication; specific toxicologic treatments were administered to 267 (58.6%) patients, whereas the rest received standard supportive care and monitoring before being discharged.
The Atlas is also consistent with documents issued by the International Harmonization of Nomenclature and Diagnostic Criteria (INHAND), a global toxicologic pathology initiative to develop consensus terms for diagnosing lesions in rats and mice.
The toxicologic screening did not show any sign of drug intoxication.
The information in the CD-ROM focuses on health effects from exposure to specific hazardous substances, as well as on other toxicologic and epidemiologic issues.
To reduce the nephrotoxieity of conventional amphotericin B, lipid formulations are being used that have comparable antifungal activity but differ in the pharmacologic and toxicologic properties (24)
This study included those aged 18 years and older if they reported cocaine use in the week prior to presentation, or if the results of a toxicologic urine screening revealed cocaine metabolites; if chest discomfort was their chief symptom; and if their symptoms were consistent with low-to-intermediate likelihood of unstable angina according to the Braunwald classification.
A toxicologic plasma screening for eight pesticides detected only a metabolite of DDT, p,p-DDE.
* Toxicology Abstracts, the most widely used journal in the field, includes coverage on every significant toxicologic study of industrial and agricultural chemicals, pharmaceuticals, household products, and other substances.
Experimental Pathology Laboratories is the world's largest independent provider of GLP-compliant toxicologic pathology services.
Here, through a combination of histopathologic, toxicologic, virologic, and molecular techniques, we describe causes of mortality in 67 American crows that were collected from a population in the Sacramento Valley of California in 2012 and 2013.
The assay is very sensitive and provides scientists with key data that can be used in drug development and toxicologic evalutions, the company noted.
Toxicologic pathology; nonclinical safety assessment.