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Mean tissue-residue levels of fenthion or metabolites were generally low except at the actual site of dermal or subcutaneous administration, suggesting that there is no tendency for fenthion to bioaccumulate in the rat or domestic animals.
In 1994 the leading cause of outpatient visits by women was dental problems, followed by diseases of the genital organs, acute respiratory infections, skin and subcutaneous problems, and hypertension.
The prison doctor of Diyarbakir E-type prison indicated that when he receives allegations of torture not leaving marks susceptible to visual confirmation, such as electric shocks, the facilities to permit the detection of subcutaneous trauma are not available to him.
EHC 43 reports that chlordecone was detected in high concentrations in the liver (range 13.3 - 173 mg/kg), whole blood (range 0.6 - 32 mg/litre), and subcutaneous fat (range 2.2 - 62 mg/kg) of 32 male workers (Cohn et al., 1976, adapted from IPCS (1984).
In 2001, however, the number of procedures involving eyes, the circulatory system, the organs of the abdomen, as well as skin and subcutaneous tissue (the largest number of procedures involves skin and subcutaneous tissue) increased.
In mice and rabbits, the peak analgesic effect was attained 15 minutes after subcutaneous injection of dihydroetorphine and the duration of analgesic effect lasted 60-90 minutes, which was shorter than that of morphine (120-150 minutes).
The leading diseases in pre-school children are acute respiratory infections, infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, anaemia owing to iron deficiency, infectious diseases of the digestive system (diarrhoeal diseases); in schoolchildren, besides the aforementioned, also important are injuries, neurotic disorders and personality disorders.
4.4 On 19 September 2007, the Prosecutor's Office received the second autopsy report, which concluded that death was due to injuries inflicted with a hard, blunt object of some sort, which resulted in bruising and contusions all over the body, with subcutaneous hæmorrhage and tearing of the muscles at the site of injury. This caused pathological changes in the kidneys and a deficiency of fluids in the body.
25. The report refers to the 2005 Report on Women's Health in Panama, which identifies the five leading causes of death among women as: upper respiratory tract infections, influenza, skin and subcutaneous tissue infections, diarrhoea and urinary system diseases.
Oral dosing results in an earlier onset of ChE inhibition and more rapid recovery compared to dermal and subcutaneous administration, which have a later onset and more prolonged effect (Emteres et al 1985; Christenson 1990c, APVMA 2012a).
与皮肤和皮下给药相比，口服给药导致较早出现胆碱酯酶抑制和更快速的恢复，皮肤和皮下给药的发作较晚，发作时间更长（Emteres et al 1985; Christenson 1990c, APVMA 2012a）。