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Abenol
...  could choose from either coated capsules, liquid solution, gel capsules and pills, chewable pills and suppositories- allowing patients to choose whether to consume the medication orally or in the Rectum. Recommended Dose and Available Dosages Abenol is available in 325mg, 500mg, and 650mg dosages. For children, the dosage depends on their age and weight- from 40 mg to 650 mg, and is taken  ...

Abensanil
...  be taken by liquid sol-urinary tract infection, coated capsules, chewable tablets, gel capsules and tablets, and suppositories. Thus, Abensanil could be taken orally, or by passing it through the Rectum. Its available doses are 325mg, 500mg, and 650mg. Usage For children, the dosage would depend on the age and weight, however it should not be lower than 40mg or exceed 650 mg. Adults could  ...

Acamol
...  by the Food and Drug Administration, and is available in a variety of forms- coated capsules, liquid solution, gel capsules, suppositories and pills. All forms could be taken orally or through the Rectum. Dosage Acamol could be taken by children and adults, as it is available in 325mg, 500mg, and 650mg doses. For children, the dose would depend upon the weight and the age, and would range  ...

Accu Tap
...  Administration Accu-tap comes in many forms - liquid solution, capsules, chewable tablets, softgel capsules, capsules and suppositories. All of these are usually taken either orally or through the Rectum. It is usually sold in dosages of 250 mg, 325mg, 500mg, and 650mg. In children, the recommended dosage depends on their age and weight. The dosage may be ranging from 40mg to 650mg taken every  ...

Colorectal Cancer
...  colorectal cancer patients will remain asymptomatic up to the time the cancer has already begun to spread. Practically the entire colon will already become cancerous and neighboring organs like the Rectum and appendix will already be affected. The formation of cancer lesions will dictate the onset or location of symptoms. A change in regular bowel movement is one of the warning signs of  ...

Endometriosis
...  the sufferer to irregularly bleed, feel severe pain, and possibly become infertile. Most of the time, “stray” endometrium grow in the pelvic area which include the bowels, ovaries, Rectum, bladder, outside of the uterus and pelvic lining. The endometrium - though it rarely happens - may also have a tendency to grow in other tissues. How Does Endometriosis Develop? There are  ...

Prostate Cancer
...  order (assuming that the prostate examination has repeatedly been conducted): Rectal Exam Prostate specific antigen blood test Transrectal ultrasound (takes a picture of the prostate via the Rectum; done when either of the first two tests show alarming results) Prostate biopsy (determines if any of the prostate abnormalities can cause cancer) Imaging Studies like Bone Scan. CT Scan, and  ...

Parasympathetic Division
...  innervation involves the facial nerves like the nerves of the eyes, salivary and lacrimal. The sacral preganglionic innervation innervates the nerves in the bladder, lower portion of the colon, the Rectum, and the reproductive organs. Protein Receptors Receptors are substances that “receive’ the “message” from the neurotransmitters. These receptors in the effector  ...

Large Intestine
...  and expelling it from the body. The Sections Of The Large Intestine Structural and functional differentiation of the large intestine into smaller parts yield the following categories: the cecum, the Rectum, the anal canal and the colon. The cecum is the dilated pouch under the ileocecal valve, the boundary that separates the large intestine from the small intestine, and the barrier that prevents  ...

Uterine Wall
...  on to the uterine wall’s lateral segment. When the peritoneum passes over the urinary bladder, a shallow pouch called the vesicouterine pouch is formed. When an adjustment is made over the Rectum, the pouch that is formed is called the pouch of Douglas or the rectouterine pouch. This is the base of the uterus and this is where surgical entries are usually made. A rather thick layer,  ...


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