Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Homocysteine
Muhammad Naeem Aslam, Fayyaz A Malik, Humera Jawad, Ejaz Anwar, Javid Aziz Awan, Yousaf Hassan Khan, Iqbal M Relation of smoking and elevated Homocysteine in patients presenting with acute coronary syndrome. Pak J Cardiol Jul - Dec 2006;17(2-3):48-56.
Hamid Nasri Influence of serum homocysteine on platelet count in stable hemodialysis patients. Pak J Physiol Dec 2006;2(2):4-7.
Nura H Alkali, Hillary Watt, Sunday A Bwala, Amos Gadzama Association of plasma homocysteine and ischemic stroke in a Nigerian population. Pak J Med Sci Oct - Dec 2006;22(4):405-8.
Amar Lal Dudani, Akbar Khoja, Khemomal A Karira, Nighat Rukhsana, Amar Lal Gurbakhshani Assessment of homocysteine levls Preeclampsia. Med Channel Apr - Jun 2006;12(2):16-8.
Azar Bradran, Hamid Nasri Association between white blood cell count and levels of serum homocysteine in end-stage renal failure patients treating with hemodialysis. J Ayub Med Coll Abottabad Jan - Mar 2006;18(1):22-6.
Naveed Akhtar, Toqeer Alam, Mohammad Adil, Hina Waseem Homocysteine and coronary artery disease in Pakistan. Pak J Cardiol Sep - Dec 2005;16(3):131-7.
Salahuddin, Muhammad Ishaq, Ahmed S I Homocysteine level in patients with established transmural myocardial infarction. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Sep 2005;15(9):520-3.
Naveed Akhtar, Toqeer Alam, Hina Waseem, Mohammad Adil Effect of folic acid supplementation on plasma Homocysteine levels in patients with coronary artery disease. Pak J Cardiol May - Aug 2005;16(2):61-4.
Syed Muhammad Najaf, Ataur Rehman Quraishi, Khawar Abbas Kazmi Spontaneous multivessel Coronary Artery Dissection associated with elevated Homocysteine levels. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Feb 2005;15(2):108-9.
Nakhshab Choudry, Shah Jehan Altered plasma Homocysteine levels in End Stage Renal Disease patients on Hemodialysis. Pak Postgrad Med J Sep 2003;14(3):145-50.
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