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Diphenylhydantoin sodium promotes early and marked angiogenesis and results in increased collagen deposition and tensile strength in healing wounds.
Multiple myeloma associated with phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin) therapy.
As expected, levels of individuals who received the anticonvulsants carbamazepine, oxcarbazepine, phenobarbital or diphenylhydantoin tended to be lower than those receiving valproic acid.
Common drugs causing immune thrombocytopenia Analgesics salicylates acetaminophen phenylbutazone Antibiotics cephalothin penicillin streptomycin aminosalicylic acid rifampin novobiocin Various sulfa drugs (chlorthalidone, furosemide) Alkaloids Quinidine Quinine Sedatives, anticonvulsants methoin troxidone chlorpromazine diphenylhydantoin meprobamate phenobarbital carbamazepine Oral hypoglycemics chlorpropamide tolbutamide Heavy metals gold mercury bismuth organic arsenicals Miscellaneous chloroquine chlorothiazide insecticides
Double blind study of the effects of diphenylhydantoin sodium on diabetic neuropathy.
Drugs such as procainamide, hydralazine, isoniazid, diphenylhydantoin, methyldopa, penicillamine, guanides, and lithium may also precipitate DLE lesions.
SUMMARY: Phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin, dilantin) has been the chosen anti-convulsive for the treatment of sudden disorders since the late 1930's.
Industrias Quimicas), valproic acid (Abbot Laboratorios do Brasil), baclofen (Biogalenica Quimica e Farmaceutica Ltda--CibaGeigy), diazepam (Roche Produtos Quimicos e Farmaceuticos), phenobarbital (Rhodia Produtos Quimicos e Farmaceuticos), pentylenetetrazol (Sigma Chemical Co., USA) and diphenylhydantoin (Sarsa Laboratorio Silva Araujo-Roussel) were used.
Some (phenobarbital and diphenylhydantoin) seem worse than others, affecting short-term memory and speed of mental processing particularly.
Effect of oleate, diphenylhydantoin and heparin on the binding of 1251-thyroxine to purified thyroxine-binding globulin.
Phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin) is one of the most widely used anticonvulsants, particularly in the acute and chronic management of epilepsy in children and adults.