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AUTONOMIC DRUGS; PART 3; Alpha & Beta Adrenergic Agonists by Professor Fink

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Multiple System Atrophy aka Shy-Drager Disease... Parkinsonism + Autonomic Dysfunction + Neurological Signs... increased falls, dizziness, orthostatic hypotension, erectile dysfunction, resting tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia... Treated with intravascular volume expansion, fludrocortisone, salt supplements, alpha adrenergic agonists, and constrictive garments

Behavioral Genetics Influences on Child Eating and Weight Development : Parental Obesity Status Predicts Child Overweight Status: The Familial Association

Gonioscopic examination of a traumatic angle recession shows widening of the ciliary body band. Separation between the longitudinal and circular muscle of the ciliary body (commonly caused by blunt injury to the eye) Incidence of intraocular pressure elevation appears to be directly related to the extent of angle involvement (may require at least 180 or 270 degree involvement) Clinical features: Symptoms: May be asymptomatic In the acute phase following injury, early onset glaucoma…