yusho

yusho

Kanemi oil intoxication Toxicology A major epidemic of food intoxication that occurred in 1968 in Japan, affecting ±13,000 Clinical N&V, persistent ARDS, meibomian gland hyperplasia, chloroacne, cardiovascular and CNS disease, petechial and erythematous rashes with pulmonary HTN. See PCBs, Toxic oil syndrome, Yucheng disease.
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Yusho Ishii (iD), Tsuyoshi Shirai (iD), Yousuke Hoshi, Yoko Fujita, Yuko Shirota, Hiroshi Fujii, Tomonori Ishii, and Hideo Harigae
We thank Ibrahim Quazi and Lilly Yusho for data management and Carol Mangan for data collection.
Kataoka, "A longitudinal analysis on the association of serum lipids and lipoproteins concentrations with blood polychlorinated biphenyls level in chronic "Yusho" patients," Fukuoka Igaku Zasshi, vol.
The authors wish to thank Ibrahim Quazi and Lilly Yusho for data management and Carol Mangan RN for data collection.
In a Japanese study involving 40 patients from the Yusho poisoning incident and 40 controls, Kuwatsuka et al.
Yusho was born out of intrigue over an available space in Logan Square.
Yusho restaurant in the Monte Carlo Hotel in Las Vegas carries both sake and shochu.
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Thyroid function in "Yusho" Patients exposed to polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB).
Women in Japan who were victims of a poisoning incident similar to the Yucheng event (Yusho) in 1968 exhibited similar findings.
Large bulk vessel arrives Also recently, the Port of Salalah's General Cargo Terminal received the MV Yusho Spica, the first Panamax limestone vessel to call at the port.