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Articles by R.M. Golding
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  R.M. Golding , L.G.F. Giles and E.M. Sokoya
  Based on extensive blood pressure data and results from a scientific model of the analysis of the rate processes involved in polymyositis the evidence suggests that the polymyositis in a particular patient was initiated by taking the drug amlodipine besylate (norvasc). The method of our analysis should serve as a foundation in handling other drug related interactions.
  R.M. Golding , L.G.F. Giles and E.M. Sokoya
  From an extensive model developed to interpret physiological processes we are able to show that the observed elevated creatine kinase-myoglobin (CK-MB) and serum concentration of cardiac troponin T (cTnT) values for a particular patient are associated with the inflammatory disease, polymyositis, and not myocardial injury. This highlights that caution must be exercised in using elevated CK-MB and cTnT levels as evidence for myocardial damage in patients with chronic muscle degeneration such as polymyositis.
  R.M. Golding and L.G.F. Giles
  Following a twisting strain with immediate pain in the neck of a polymyositis patient we detail the analysis of a specific range of data gathered before and after the event. The results reinforce that in this case that the creatine kinase isoenzyme and cardiac Troponin T cannot be used as an indicator of myocardial disease.
  R.M. Golding , L.G.F. Giles and E.M. Sokoya
  Based on extensive blood pressure data and results from a scientific model of the analysis of the rate processes involved in polymyositis the evidence suggests that the polymyositis in a particular patient was initiated by taking the drug amlodipine besylate (norvasc). The method of our analysis should serve as a foundation in handling other drug related interactions
 
 
 
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