Adolescent; Adult; Alcohol Drinking*; Alcoholic Intoxication/blood; Alcoholic Intoxication/complications; Cholangitis/complications; Chronic Disease; Fatty Liver/.
narcotism: Addiction to narcotics such as opium, heroin, or morphine.
Chronic narcotism is known to inhibit leukocyte motility and phagocytosis and to cause a persistent atypical lympho- cytosis [ Twenty-three known chronic.
The (Aurora) Beacon-News says Justin Ludolph's death was officially listed as chronic narcotism and was ruled an accident. Ludolph's body.
In the past the diagnosis of death from acute narcotism (principally heroin) presented the forensic pathologist with a problem as pathological criteria and.
The cause of the veteran's death was cocaine intoxication, with chronic intravenous narcotism as a contributory cause. 2. The appellant's claim for service.
it into acute and chronic forms, giving many causes, among which heredity was promi- nent. He urged the necessity of treatment in hospitals for the purpose .
investigated. Several studies have shown that chronic cocaine of illicit drugs ( i.e., chronic or acute narcotism) were not included in this study. We believe that.