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is to provide respiratory support, discontinue the offending drug, and attempt to reverse the block at the end plate by infusions of calcium gluconate, potassium supplements, and the administration of anticholinesterases along the lines suggested by Argov and Mastaglia. There are more than 30 drugs in current clinical use (other than anesthetic agents) that may, under certain circumstances, interfere with neuromuscular transmission in otherwise normal individuals. Of these, the most important are the aminoglycoside and quinolone antibiotics. Myasthenic weakness has been reported with 18 different antibiotics but particularly neomycin, kanamycin (less so with gentamicin), colistin, streptomycin, polymyxin B, and certain tetracyclines (McQuillen et al; Pittinger et al). It has been shown that these drugs impair transmitter release by interfering with calcium-ion uxes at nerve terminals. The ourinated quinolones ( uoroquinolones) group, typi ed by cipro oxacin, affect both pre- and postsynaptic activity. They are especially hazardous when given to patients with myasthenia, but they may be used if necessary in such patients who are already receiving ventilatory support. Also, several of the immunosuppressant drugs adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), prednisone, and possibly azathioprine worsen myasthenia temporarily by depolarizing nerve terminals or impairing release of ACh. Other drugs such as anticholinesterase agents, particularly the insecticides and nerve gases cause paralysis by binding to cholinesterase and blocking the hydrolysis of ACh. The end plate remains depolarized and is refractory to neural stimuli. The most notable of these are: (1) botulinum toxin, which binds to cholinergic motor endings, blocking quantal release of ACh; (2) black widow spider venom, which causes a massive release of ACh, resulting in muscular contraction and then paralysis from a lack of ACh; (3) d-tubocurarine, which binds to AChR; (4) suxamethonium and decamethonium, which also bind to AChR; (5) organophosphates, which bind irreversibly to AChE; and (6) malathion and parathion, which inhibit AChE. The actions of all these agents except for the organophosphate nerve gases are transitory. The administration of d-penicillamine has also caused an unusual type of myasthenia. The weakness is typical in that rest increases strength as do neostigmine and edrophonium and the electrophysiologic ndings are also the same. In such cases, Vincent and others found anti-AChR antibodies in the serum; hence, one must assume that this is a form of induced autoimmune myasthenia gravis. In these respects it differs from the weakness caused by aminoglycosides (see review by Swift). Rarely, typical autoimmune myasthenia gravis develops as part of a chronic graftversus-host disease in long-term (2- to 3-year) survivors of allogeneic marrow transplants. A large group of naturally occurring environmental neurotoxins are known to act at the neuromuscular junction and to induce muscle paralysis of a pattern like that of myasthenia gravis. Venoms of certain snakes, spiders, and ticks are common and wellknown animal poisons, as are ciguatera and related toxins (from sh that have ingested certain dino agellates), curare (from plants), and Clostridium botulinum all of which are discussed in other parts of this book (see especially Chap. 43). Poisoning by these natural neurotoxins constitutes an important public health hazard in many parts of the world but particularly in the tropics. This class of disorders of neuromuscular transmission has been reviewed by Senanayake and Roman.
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lagra in persons who subsist mainly on corn, which contains only small amounts of tryptophan and niacin some of the niacin being in bound form and unavailable for absorption. It should be pointed out that, in experimental subjects, only the cutaneous-gastrointestinal-neurasthenic manifestations of pellagra have been produced by the feeding of tryptophan- or niacinde cient diets; neurologic abnormalities were not produced by these diets (Goldsmith). As a corollary, only the dermal, gastrointestinal, and neurasthenic manifestations respond to treatment with niacin and tryptophan; neurologic disturbances in pellagrins have proved to be recalcitrant to prolonged treatment with nicotinic acid, although the peripheral nerve disorder may subsequently respond to treatment with thiamine. In monkeys, degeneration of peripheral nerves as well as the unique cerebrocortical changes of pellagra were induced by a de ciency of pyridoxine (Victor and Adams, 1956). Swank and Adams described degeneration of the peripheral nerves in pyridoxine- and pantothenic acid de cient swine, and Vilter and colleagues produced polyneuropathy in human subjects rendered pyridoxine-de cient; these subjects also showed seborrheic dermatitis and glossitis (indistinguishable from that of niacin de ciency) and the cheilosis and angular stomatitis that are usually attributed to ribo avin de ciency. The foregoing observations indicate that certain lingual and cutaneous manifestations of pellagra may be produced by a de ciency of pyridoxine or other B vitamins and that the neurologic manifestations of pellagra are most likely due to pyridoxine de ciency. In the special case of Hartnup disease (which resembles pellagra in most respects including the dermatitis), a niacin de ciency is believed to result from the high excretion of indicans and indole metabolites (see page 818). Nutritional Spinal Spastic and Ataxic Syndrome This syndrome is observed occasionally in nutritionally depleted alcoholics. The main clinical signs are spastic weakness of the legs, with absent abdominal and increased tendon re exes, clonus, extensor plantar responses, and a loss of position and vibratory senses. In our experience, this syndrome is usually associated with other nutritional disorders, such as Wernicke disease and peripheral and optic neuropathy. In prisoner-of-war camps, the spastic syndrome was observed in association with mental and emotional changes and dimness of vision, and at times with widespread muscular rigidity, confusion, coma, and death. The latter syndrome has never been studied pathologically, so that it is impossible to state whether the lesions are the same as or different from those of pellagra or from Strachan syndrome, described further on. The syndromes of tropical spastic paraparesis and of lathyrism, another form of spastic paraplegia common in India and certain parts of Africa, were for many years suspected of being nutritional in origin but are now known to be due to a virus and a toxin, respectively. These and other types of tropical spastic paraplegia are discussed in greater detail with the spinal cord diseases (Chap. 44). A chronic tropical disease of the peripheral nerves, called ataxic neuropathy of Nigeria, has been attributed to the ingestion of inadequately detoxi ed cassava (Osuntokun). Another form of spastic ataxia called konzo has been attributed to the production of cyanide by an ingested toxic glycoside in individuals who are protein de cient. The differential diagnosis of spastic ataxia is quite broad and includes especially multiple sclerosis. Nicotinic Acid De ciency Encephalopathy Under this title, Jolliffe and coworkers, in 1940, described an acute cerebral syndrome in alcoholic patients consisting of clouding of consciousness,
One type of memory error checking is called parity. In parity, every byte of data is accompanied by a ninth bit (the parity bit), which is used by the receiving device to determine the presence of errors in the data. There are two types of parity: odd and even. In odd parity, the parity bit is used to ensure the total number of 1s in the data stream is odd. For example, suppose a byte consists of the following data: 11010010. The number of 1s in this data is 4, an even number. The ninth bit will be a 1, to ensure that the total number of 1s is odd: 110100101. Even parity is the opposite of odd parity; it ensures that the total number of 1s is even. For example, suppose a byte consists of the following data: 11001011 the ninth bit would be a 1 to ensure that the total number of 1s is 6, an even number. Parity is not failure-proof. Suppose the preceding data stream contained two errors: 101100101. If the computer was using odd parity, the error would slip through (try it; count the 1s). However, parity is a quick routine and does not inhibit the access time of memory the way a more sophisticated error-checking routine would. Some memory modules also use parity. These modules include an extra bit for parity for every 8 bits of data. Therefore, a 30-pin SIMM without parity is 8 bits; with parity it s 9 bits. A DIMM without parity is 64 bits; with parity, the DIMM has 8 extra bits (1 parity bit for every 8 data bits). Therefore, a DIMM with parity has 64 + 8 = 72 bits. If your system supports parity, you must use parity memory modules. You cannot use memory with parity if your system does not support it.
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