ulcerogenic


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Related to ulcerogenic: laterad, fluctuant, transvesical

ul·cer·o·gen·ic

 (ŭl′sə-rō-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Tending to cause an ulcer.

ulcerogenic

(ˌʌlsərəˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Pathology) causing ulcers
Translations

ul·cer·o·gen·ic

a. ulcerógeno-a, que produce úlceras.
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Mean age in Original Boey study was 51 years and omitted advanced age, elderly women population with ulcerogenic medications like Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS), sample size from developing countries, prognostic factors like tachycardia (Heart Rate >100 beats/minute), acute renal failure, delay from time of perforation to hospital admission; thus causing extremely variable results in successive studies in literature [5,6,7]
However, it is also necessary to consider that VFA have ulcerogenic effects in the equine stomach (5, 7) and are altered in horses with right dorsal colitis induced by PBZ (20).
Viruses are important ulcerogenic and tumorigenic agents of the human mouth.
Ulcerogenic and healing impairing actions of monochloramine in rat stomachs: effects of zinc L-carnosine, polaprezinc.
Taking in consideration the fact that 80% of causes of all GIT hemorrhages are located proximally to Treitz ligament, esophagogastroduodenoscopy is recommended to be performed first, especially in the patients with hemodynamic instability, history of an ulcerous disease and those taking ulcerogenic drugs.
4 Also in Turkey some people use the seeds of this plant because it has anti- ulcerogenic effects.
Evaluation of anticonceptive, anti-inflammatory and anti ulcerogenic activities of Maytenus ilicifolia.
In this study, TAPP displayed anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic effects without ulcerogenic effects or analgesic activity in rats.
It is also well documented that several compounds with potential to generate prostaglandins could protect gastric mucosa against various ulcerogenic agents [41,82-84].
penicillata 400 mg/kg or indomethacin 10 mg/kg singly or in combination in half or full doses showed significant ulcerogenic potential evidenced in raising of ulcer score by +50%, +250%, +150%, and +167% compared with normal control group, respectively (Table 4).