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  1. 1626 ... medlineplus.gov ... The inflammation of Crohn disease is nearly always found in the ileocecal region. The ileocecal region consists of the last few inches ...
  2. ... called retinoids. It works by promoting peeling of affected skin areas and unclogging pores. ... the medication.Use enough medication to cover the affected area with a thin layer.Apply the medication to ...
  3. ... and an absence of hair growth in the affected area.</html:p><html:p >Abnormalities of the hands ... as muscles, with pain and redness in the affected areas. Affected infants can also be feverish and irritable.</ ...
  4. ... can allow food to move easily through the affected area. If you have a complete intestinal obstruction, it ... to a nerve or to tissue in the affected area. Rest and time may only make it worse.</ ...
  5. ... view that treatment should be applied only to affected areas unless weekend therapy is being used in chronic ... 299–301 Treatment was applied twice daily to affected areas. Emollients were permitted on unaffected areas throughout both ...
  6. ... open wound, but have been brought to the affected area in the blood-stream. The effect then produced ... from the first sensitiveness to pressure over the affected area, and frequently the superficial veins are abnormally distinct. ...
  7. ... time use). Pramoxine is usually applied to the affected area several times a day. Pramoxine cream or pledgets ... follow these steps: Wash your hands.Clean the affected area with mild soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly. ...
  8. ... Corticosteroid ointments or creams are applied to the affected areas of skin one or two times a day. ... on the strength of the corticosteroid and the affected areas of skin. Steroid medication generally shouldn’t be ...
  9. ... Be sure to check all floors below the affected area. Back to top III. Divert Ceiling Leaks Ceiling ... have any amount of water inside in the affected area. Ambient moisture from any source will contribute to ...
  10. ... away after taking pain medicine or raising the affected area Decreased sensation, numbness, tingling, weakness of the affected area Paleness of skin Swelling or inability to move ...
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