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Lasix
...  of the liver can lead to liver deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the liver. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from the liver, failure to process nutrients and maintenance of hormonal  ...

Cabaser
...  to have abnormal side effects from the drug is very, very necessary. Hypertension has some likelihood of developing too, sometimes. And, breast pains may be felt, as well, because the targeted tissue that aims to inhibit prolactin may reroute the effect to the breast. This drug is not recommended for lactating or pregnant females, though. This is because the baby’s development may be  ...

Dacarbazine
...  patient through an intravenous infusion or by the way of an injection. Usually branded under the names DTIC-Dome, DTIC, DIC and Imidazole Carboxamide, Dacarbazine is used by patients who have soft tissue sarcomas, metastatic malignant melanoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, fibrosarcomas, neuroblastoma, carcinoma of the thyroid and islet cell carcinoma. The drug can be administered to the patient through  ...

Dactinomycin
...  used for some types of cancers like testicular and sarcomas. This type of drug is normally recommended for children, although adults may use this, too. It particularly impacts on cancers of the soft tissues and bones (specifically the tendons and muscles), cancer of the testicles and tumors in the womb. It is purchased under the brand names of Act-D, Actinomycin D and Cosmegen. Dactinomycin is  ...

Daunomycin
...  as daunorubicin citrate liposeme and hydrochloride. The formula of liposome is designed such that the medicament is contained within molecules of fat. This liposomal formula penetrates the body tissue and reaches the cancer cells with ease due to its small size and structure. It resides in the body for a longer time than its citrate counterpart and it is also considered less prone to side  ...

Daunorrubicina
...  and daunorubicin citrate lipsome. The formula of the lipsome is structured in a way that the medicine is contained with lipid or fat molecules. The formula is capable of penetrating the body tissue and reaching cancer cells with ease as they are of smaller size and structure. It remains in the body longer than its citrate substitute and is also considered to be less harmful. The  ...

Daunorubicine
...  and daunorubicin citrate liposome. Daunorubicin comes as a liquid form or as a powder to be mixed with liquid and injected into a vein by a doctor as the formula is able to penetrate body tissue and reach cancer cells easily because of its smaller size. When daunorubicin is used to treat AML, it is usually injected once a day on certain days of your treatment period. When  ...

Fungal Infection
...  towels. One can become infected with fungi preferring heavy footwear, using gym shower, sauna, beach changing rooms and other warm and moist public places. Mycoses are classified according to the tissue invaded. There are superficial mycoses located in the outermost layers of the skin and hair. Cutaneous mycoses are found deeper in the skin. Subcutaneous mycoses can infect dermis,  ...

Cirrhosis of The Liver
...  lead to liver damage. What does cirrhosis of the liver do to the body? Cirrhosis of the liver can lead to liver deterioration and malfunctioning that arises as a result of chronic injury. The scar tissues block the flow of blood through the liver. This condition of scarring will lead to many complications like loosing the ability to control infection, failure to remove bacteria and toxin from  ...

Celiac Disease
...  oats, barley, and rye to name a few. If any person with this disease consumes the said food products, it will result in inflammation within the small intestine. This could eventually damage the soft tissues within the body, more specifically around the small intestine. This will lead to poorer digestion. With poor digestion, you will have less energy, less vitamins, and less minerals which could  ...


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