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  • A study on paracetamol cardiotoxicity. [Journal Article]
    BMC Pharmacol Toxicol 2016; 17(1):30Ralapanawa U, Jayawickreme KP, … Dissanayake AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Though literature review support cardiotoxicity following paracetamol poisoning, our study does not provide enough evidence for this. Continuous cardiac monitoring, serial troponin and echocaediogram assessment would be voluble adjunct in its management. Further experiments and research in this subject would be useful with a larger number of samples to further evaluate this important problem.
  • Preservation of propositional speech in a pure anomic: the importance of an abstract vocabulary. [Case Reports]
    Neurocase 2003; 9(6):465-81Crutch SJ, Warrington EK
  • We describe a detailed quantitative analysis of the propositional speech of a patient, FAV, who became severely anomic following a left occipito-temporal infarction. FAV showed a selective noun retrieval deficit in naming to confrontation and from verbal description. Nonetheless, his propositional speech was fluent and content-rich. To quantify this observation, three picture description-based ta…
  • Profiling fluent aphasic spontaneous speech: a comparison of two methodologies. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Disord Commun 1995; 30(3):333-45Edwards S
  • Grammatical features of fluent aphasic speakers have not received as much attention as those exhibited by non-fluent aphasic speakers. In part, this neglect reflects the difficulty of applying consistent analytical procedures to fluent aphasic speech. For the analytical process to be meaningful, the methodology must be robust, replicable and capable of dealing with the voluble and non-specific ou…
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