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(lathyrism)
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  • Journey from food toxins to food safety: Transition over a century in service of nation. [Review]
    Indian J Med Res 2018; 148(5):488-495Siruguri V
  • Since the first report of lathyrism in 1926, the ICMR-National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) at Hyderabad, India, has made tremendous contributions in the field of food toxins/food safety for the benefit of the people. The present article highlights the Institute's work on various food toxins/foodborne diseases since its inception and discusses the important contributions made in the context of pu…
  • Metabolic and Toxic Myelopathies. [Review]
    Continuum (Minneap Minn) 2018; 24(2, Spinal Cord Disorders):427-440Schwendimann RN
  • Myelopathy may occur as a consequence of various metabolic and toxic conditions. This article provides an update on the clinical presentations, diagnostic evaluations, and management of metabolic and toxic myelopathies.
  • StatPearls: Abdominal Wall Reconstruction [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Hope William W. WW New Hanover Regional Medical Center Abdul Waheed W Jersey City Medical Center BOOK
  • Abdominal wall reconstruction has become a frequently used term to describe hernia repairs that try to recreate the abdominal wall and restore function and structure. Although there has been no true definition of a functional abdominal wall, many surgeons believe this involves the closure of the fascia at the midline often with reinforcement using mesh prosthetics.[1] The integrity of the abdomin…
  • Azañón's disease. A 19th century epidemic of neurolathyrism in Spain. [Historical Article]
    Rev Neurol (Paris) 2016; 172(12):748-755Giménez-Roldán S, Spencer PS
  • The cultivation and consumption of grasspea (Lathyrus sativus) in Spain probably dates back centuries, especially during times of famine when the neurotoxic potential of this legume was expressed in the form of a spastic paraparesis known as neurolathyrism. Little known outside the country, the epidemic of neurolathyrism in the years following the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) came to affect more…
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