chronically exposed

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  • No studies have been published involving human subjects chronically exposed to imidacloprid.
  • Rodents chronically exposed to dosages many times greater than those to which humans are exposed show no signs of organ damage.
  • Several studies have shown persistent deficits in cognitive function in workers chronically exposed to pesticides.
  • Caucasians are more likely to be affected, especially those with fair Celtic skin, if chronically exposed to UV radiation.
  • It is responsible for about 80% of the antibody response in patients who are chronically exposed to horse allergens.
  • There have also been many occupational toxic tort cases, because industrial and other workers are often chronically exposed to toxic chemicals - more so than consumers and residents.
  • Acrodynia refers to a condition of pain and dusky pink discoloration in the hands and feet most often seen in children chronically exposed to heavy metals, especially mercury.
  • The resulting whole-body dose may have been hazardous to the salesmen, who were chronically exposed, and to children, who are about twice as radiosensitive as adults.
  • When the dendritic cells are chronically exposed to morphine during their differentiation process then treated with LPS, the production of cytokines is different.
  • Her laboratory monitored genetic damage in bidi rollers and tobacco processors who are chronically exposed to high levels of tobacco dust.
  • Cases of neonatal withdrawal syndrome have been described in infants chronically exposed to benzodiazepines in utero.
  • The only group of humans who are chronically exposed to an opioid with delta activity are methadone maintained patients treated for chronic pain or opioid addiction.
  • Effects to the lungs, liver, spleen, and thyroid have been reported in animals chronically exposed to hydrazine via inhalation.
  • In contrast, endometrium that is chronically exposed to estrogens, but not to progesterone, may become hyperplastic.
  • It is when the body's HPA-axis cannot overcome a challenge and/or is chronically exposed to a threat that this system becomes overtaxed and can be harmful to the body and brain.
  • The Department of Animal Production in Italy produced a study on ewes, which tested rumen function and diet digestibility of ewes chronically exposed to a hot environment.
  • Increased expression of Fas receptor in skin cells chronically exposed to the sun, and absence of expression in skin cancer cells, suggests that this mechanism may be important in elimination of pre-cancerous cells in humans.
  • Increased concentrations of urinary beta-2 microglobulin can be an early indicator of renal dysfunction in persons chronically exposed to low but excessive levels of environmental cadmium.
  • Additionally, the major countermeasure to muscle atrophy is exercise, and it should be appreciated that crewmembers chronically exposed to the microgravity environment may develop impaired body temperature regulation during rest and exercise that may lead to heat strain and injury.
  • Peripheral neuropathy, impaired hand-eye coordination and memory loss have been reported in more recent case studies of chronically-exposed workers at estimated average exposure levels as low as 3 ppm (with possible short-term peaks as high as 700 ppm).
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