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Nervous system Use of metamfetamine is associated with ischemic stroke, intracerebroventricular hemorrhage, and subarachnoid hemorrhage, especially among young individuals. All cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage were aneurysmal, and most were located in the anterior circulation, as were most of the strokes. Although in many cases imaging conﬁrmed arterial stenosis in the vascular distribution of the stroke, there was no evidence that the ischemic stroke associated with the use of metamfetamine was due to an inﬂammatory cause rather than a process of accelerated atherosclerosis [20C].
So it was in the 1980s, and so it might well have remained, but for one element: the expiry of patents. The estrogen mestranol enjoyed no patent protection, but xli xlii Third-generation oral contraceptives: time to look again? norethinodrel had been patented in the USA as early as 1954, norethisterone in 1956, and lynestrenol in 1958, while levonorgestrel was patented in Britain in 1961 . Two decades further on such protection would expire, and manufacturers of generic products would then be at liberty to use these substances freely, marketing unbranded products at substantially lower costs.
Sequeira (methylenedioxymetamfetamine, MDMA) [36A] have been implicated in drug-induced ﬁbrotic valvular disease [37R]. 5HT2B receptor activity through activation of protein kinase and potentiation of the effect of transforming growth factor b is thought to result in mitogenesis of cardiac valves [38r, 39r]. Investigations into individual susceptibility need to establish which clinical and demographic factors predict patients at greatest risk of druginduced valvular heart disease, and the role of genetic polymorphisms.
A worldwide yearly survey of new data in adverse drug reactions by J.K. Aronson (Eds.)