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- abbr. antidiuretic hormone
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- antidiuretic hormone
- alcohol dehydrogenase
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- n. hormone secreted by the posterior pituitary gland (trade name Pitressin) and also by nerve endings in the hypothalamus; affects blood pressure by stimulating capillary muscles and reduces urine flow by affecting reabsorption of water by kidney tubules
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This lack of the enzyme low-Km aldehyde dehydrogenase isoenzyme, or in short, ADH is present in about 50\% of Asians too.
Alcohol suppresses the production of a hormone called ADH -- antidiuretic hormone -- released from (IIRC) the hypothalamus.
The compound - called ADH-1 - was delivered intravenously and the chemotherapy given under surgical conditions, through the artery and vein in the affected limbs.
The biopsy results were classified as positive (malignancy or high-risk lesions such as ADH, ALH, LCIS) or negative
ADH: Really awesome right up to the point when he started blabbing about it.
"Effects of H2-blockers on alcohol dehydrogenase ADH activity"
Nephrologists see lots of people on lithium, because one of its complications is kidney disease, including this type of diabetes, insipidus, a condition that causes resistance to antidiuretic hormone ADH, creating massive thirst and voluminous urination.
Alcohol dehydrogenase (ADH) is one of the major enzymes involved in alcohol metabolism.
ADH also doesn't mean that the cancer would evolve at the particular place where these cells are found, says Korde.
However, now that doctors know that ADH is a marker of increased risk, they can give women choices about what to do next.
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