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06: quantitative determination of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins in shellfish using prechromatographic oxidation and liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection.
D with paralytic strabismus of recent onset within 3 months with chief complaint of double vision.
On the other hand, mice infected with variant 3, marmoset and crab eating fox virus samples developed the paralytic form.
This case highlights the occurrence of pneumomediastinum in a case of paralytic rabies in a bull during an outbreak of the disease in southern Brazil.
We find a similarly palpable joy when we listen to the story of the paralytic.
During the case, one friend said: "Our friend came up to us and said that Cat was paralytic.
state of stammering, paralytic, impotent, but also occasionally transcendent being.
No-one thinks it's a good idea to be so paralytic you can hardly stand.
The patient had a colostomy for 3 months, then developed paralytic ileus, small bowel obstruction, and incisional hernias.
He considers the state of play, the use of the Armaic term Son of Man, six authentic sayings, the healing of the paralytic in Mark 2.
She shared the honours with another woman Kiran Devi who has been taking care of her paralytic mother for the past 20 years.
Not only did a large proportion of the fans boo the Samoa goal kickers it was also clear that a lot of the crowd were not just drunk but paralytic.
Elevated levels of paralytic shellfish toxins has forced the closure of the entire Oregon Coast to mussel harvesting, according to the state Department of Agriculture and the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
In paralytic polio, about 50% of patients recover with no residual paralysis, about 25% are left with mild disabilities, and the remaining patients have severe permanent disability.
Many see getting paralytic as a rite of passage but it is not.