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  • Local inhibition of carbonic anhydrase does not decrease sweat rate. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2018 Aug 13
  • Moore J, Northway S, … Buono MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The most important finding of the current study was that iontophoresis of acetazolamide did not significantly decrease sweat rate during exercise in the heat. Such results suggest that in past studies it was systemic dehydration, and not CA inhibition at the level of the sweat gland, that caused the reported decreased sweat rate.
  • Flow Resistance along the Rat Renal Tubule. [Journal Article]
  • AJAm J Physiol Renal Physiol 2018 Aug 08
  • Gilmer GG, Deshpande V, … Knepper MA
  • The Reynolds number in the renal tubule is extremely low, consistent with laminar flow. Consequently, luminal flow can be described by the Hagen-Poiseuille laminar flow equation. This equation calcul...
  • Headaches Due to Low and High Intracranial Pressure. [Journal Article]
  • CContinuum (Minneap Minn) 2018; 24(4, Headache):1066-1091
  • Friedman DI
  • CONCLUSIONS: Significant overlap is seen in the symptoms of high and low CSF pressure disorders and in those of primary headache disorders. Neurologists are frequently challenged by patients with headaches who lack the typical clinical signs or imaging features of the pseudotumor cerebri syndrome or spontaneous intracranial hypotension. Even when characteristic symptoms and signs are initially present, the typical features of both syndromes tend to lessen or resolve over time; consider these diagnoses in patients with long-standing "chronic migraine" who do not improve with conventional headache treatment. While the diagnostic criteria for pseudotumor cerebri syndrome accurately identify most patients with the disorder, at least 25% of patients with spontaneous intracranial hypotension have normal imaging and over half have a normal lumbar puncture opening pressure. Detailed history taking will often give clues that suggest a CSF pressure disorder. That said, misdiagnosis can lead to significant patient morbidity and inappropriate therapy.
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