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CTXContext (Management; Tandem)
CTXcontraction
CTXCentrex
CTXCyclophosphamide
CTXCentex Corporation (stock symbol)
CTXCholera Toxin
CTXContinuously Variable Transaxle
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CTXCommitted to Excellence
CTXCipher Text File
CTXCrypto Text
CTXCytoxan
CTXCerebrotendinous Xanthomatosis
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CTXClinical Trial Exemption
CTXC-Telopeptides
CTXCardiac Transplantation
CTXCzech Traded Index
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CTXComputed Tomography X-Ray
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CTXCommitted to Xcellence
CTXCombined Training Exercise
CTXClear to Transmit
CTXCompact Torus Experiment
CTXCenter of Technical Expertise (USACE)
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Additionally in the per-protocol population, the rate of event-free survival at 54 months was 79% in the transplantation group and 50% in the cyclophosphamide group, while the rate of overall survival was 86% and 51% (P = .
Compared with cyclophosphamide, transplantation offered significantly greater long-term benefits, but also carried known short-term risks, such as infections and low blood cell counts.
The results suggested that colchicine caused reduction in NO production by macrophages in dose dependant manner as shown in Figure 4 Cyclophosphamide induced neutropenia: There was reduction in neutrophil count in five groups after administration of cyclophosphamide.
Among these, the high-risk group is associated with an overall 80% chance of premature ovarian failure (POF) which mostly comprises alkylating agents such as cyclophosphamide (CYP), busulfan and chlorambucil.
Combination chemoimmunotherapy with pentostatin, cyclophosphamide, and rituximab shows significant clinical activity with low accompanying toxicity in previously untreated B chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Massive hematuria due to acquired factor VIII inhibitor: Treatment with cyclophosphamide.
5,6) Cyclophosphamide has been shown to have a negative effect on testis and epididymal weight, as well as to decrease serum luteinizing hormone and testosterone levels in mice.
Chemotherapy-induced acute pancreatitis involving cyclophosphamide and doxorubicin either alone or in combination, is quite rare that even the drug labels registered with the FDA do not indicate acute pancreatitis as one of the possible complications.
The investigators saw a dose-related increase in total CD4 T-cell counts and engraftment of the modified cells at the highest cyclophosphamide dose.
For the induction of teratogenesis it was used the indirect-acting alkylating agent cyclophosphamide (Fosfaseron-Itaca Laboratorios) in a final dose of 20.
Toxic effect of cyclophosphamide on sperm morphology, testicular histology and blood oxidant-antioxidant balance, and protective roles of lycopene and ellagic acid.