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SAN DIEGO – A diagnosis of diabetes is no longer a contraindication for most organ transplantations.
► Elevated levels of AST, ALT, and CPK
► No family history of liver disease
► Weakness and pain in arms and legs
► Dark urine
► History of vertebral osteomyelitis
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Despite being recommended for ureteral stone expulsion, tamsulosin or nifedipine are no more effective than placebo.
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