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Periodicals Below are items 1-10 of 17 found.
Pediatric reference ranges for delta-aminolevulinic acid (ALA), porphobilinogen (PBG), and fractionated porphyrins in urine. D. Salazar, L. Guerrero, J.E.S. Lee.  American Journal of Human Genetics.  Oct 2001 v69 i4 p488.  
Front line tests for the investigation of suspected porphyria. A C Deacon, G H Elder.  Journal of Clinical Pathology.  July 2001 v54 i7 p500.   full text
Diagnosis and management of porphyria.(review article) Helen Thadani, Allan Deacon, Timothy Peters.  British Medical Journal.  June 17, 2000 v320 i7250 p1647.   full textincludes images
Porphyria cutanea tarda: don't forget to look at the urine. Michael W. Rich.  Postgraduate Medicine.  April 1999 v105 i4 p208(5).  
Multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome and porphyria: a note of caution and concern. Martin Hahn, Herbert L. Bonkovsky.  Archives of Internal Medicine.  Feb 10, 1997 v157 n3 p281(5).   full text
Porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT).(What's Your Assessment?) Barbara Bielan.  Dermatology Nursing.  June 1996 v8 n3 p170(2).   full textincludes images
Alcoholic beverages in acute porphyria. Stig Thunell, Ylva Floderus, Ann Henrichson, Michael R. Moore, Peter Meissner, Jacqueline Sinclair.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol.  May 1992 v53 n3 p272(5).  
Prognosis of acute porphyria: occurrence of acute attacks, precipitating factors, and associated diseases. Raili Kauppinen, Pertti Mustajoki.  Medicine.  Jan 1992 v71 n1 p1(13).   full text
Laboratory diagnosis of the porphyrias. (editorial) James P. Kushner.  The New England Journal of Medicine.  May 16, 1991 v324 n20 p1432(3).  
Smoking and recurrent attacks of acute intermittent porphyria. Gregory Y.H. Lip, Kenneth E.L. McColl, Abraham Goldberg, Michael R. Moore.  British Medical Journal.  March 2, 1991 v302 n6775 p507(1).  
 
Periodicals Below are items 1-7 of 17 found.
Porphyria cutanea tarda due to ferrous gluconate. A. David Ginsburg, Lynette J. Margesson, Kathy Feleki.  Canadian Medical Association Journal.  Oct 15, 1990 v143 n8 p747(3).  
Naproxen-induced pseudoporphyria: a distinctive photodermatitis. Moise L. Levy, Karyl S. Barron, Andrew Eichenfield, Paul J. Honig.  Journal of Pediatrics.  Oct 1990 v117 n4 p660(5).  
Acute intermittent porphyria. (Grand Rounds at the Johns Hopkins Hospital) George H. Sack Jr., Vincent J. Pompili.  JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association.  Sept 12, 1990 v264 n10 p1290(4).   full text
What's wrong with this patient? (acute intermittent porphyria) Kathy Parish.  RN.  July 1990 v53 n7 p43(3).   full text
Bullous photosensitivity to naproxen: "pseudoporphyria". Sylvia M. Suarez, Philip R. Cohen, Vincent A. DeLeo.  Arthritis and Rheumatism.  June 1990 v33 n6 p903(6).  
Acute intermittent porphyria in a children's psychiatric hospital. Franklin F.L. Boon, Cynthia Ellis.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  July 1989 v28 n4 p606(4).  
L-Tryptophan: a common denominator of biochemical and neurological events of acute hepatic porphyria. David A. Litman, Maria Almira Correia.  Science.  Dec 2, 1983 v222 p1031(3).   full text