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A film defect of lowered gloss in a high-gloss enamel or varnish; develops during drying.
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Eequipee d'un accelerometre, d'un gyroscope et d'un processeur, cette casquette connectee detecte et analyse les mouvements de la tete, associes aux signes de somnolence puis avertit le conducteur qu'il est temps pour lui de prendre une pause.
She later presented with nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and somnolence.
The most common adverse reactions across all LYRICA clinical trials are dizziness, somnolence, dry mouth, edema, blurred vision, weight gain, constipation, euphoric mood, balance disorder, increased appetite, and thinking abnormal (primarily difficulty with concentration/attention).
Self-reported somnolence, poorer sleep quality, and sleep problems were significantly correlated with higher levels of amyloid deposition in the cortex overall and in four sub-regions that are typically affected in Alzheimer's disease (P less than .
It was an aberration; the neighbors slipped back into somnolence.
Paint applied precisely to the surface of some greater seeming, it's like / it's not like brushing the ginger hairs of somnolence from the mind's pelt.
For years, Gabapentin has been a preferred medication, given its perceived benign side effects, typically limited to somnolence and dizziness that resolve with time.
Along with the update to the licenced indications, the Summary of Product Characteristics for quetiapine prolonged release has been updated with respect to several individual safety topics such as: suicidality, weight gain, hyperglycaemia, extrapyramidal symptoms, akathisia, somnolence, orthostatic hypotension, and dizziness.
But panelists expressed concerns about adverse effects associated with the drug in clinical trials, including high rates of somnolence and fatigue, a slightly higher rate of depression, the potential for drug and alcohol interactions, and the lack of safety data on long-term use and during nursing and pregnancy.
The most frequent adverse events included somnolence and lethargy.