3D CRT: Three-dimensional conformal radiation therapy? AAAAA: Aphasia, agnosia, apraxia, agraphia, and alex? ABVD: Adriamycin, bleomycin, vincristine, and dacarbazine? AC: Adriamycin [doxorubicin] plus cyclophosphamide? ADEPT: Adalimumab Effectiveness in Psoriatic Arthritis Trail? ADME: Absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion? AGUS: Atypical glandular cells of undetermined significance? Un extranjerismo es aquel vocablo o frase que un idioma toma de otro, generalmente para llenar un vacío de designación. Puede mantener su grafía y pronunciación originales o puede adaptarlas a las de la lengua meta.
There are two types of the basic Herpes Simplex Virus, or HSV: • Type 1 – this is the one that produces cold sores or blistering on the lips and is thought to be contracted at an early age from kissing on the mouth by family members who have the dormant virus. In a funny way it’s good that the eye version of herpes comes from this Type 1 Herpes as symptoms and treatments are easy to deal with. • Type 2 – this is the one that affect the genital area and although eye infection can be contracted from it, as in the case of mothers passing it on through the eyes to her baby whilst giving birth, instances are relatively rare. The jury is out on what Herpes really is, but most people are exposed to the virus in early years and either contract it or not – and if they do contract it the virus lays dormant ready to spring into life again. The cold sore blisters associated with the herpes seem to come out of nowhere on the oddest occasion, although they do often accompany winter colds. It’s not considered worthwhile visiting the doctor for such a minor ailment, but dentists see quite a few cases of course in their line of work, and they offer an effective preventative remedy:- “At the very earliest onset of the very slightest tingly feeling, which is the first sign of a cold sore, as soon as you can – meaning as soon as you can! – hold an ice cube on it for as long as you can stand the pain” People who have used this remedy say it really works. Another more proven treatment is to use Zovirax ointment (Acyclovir). The dose in immunocompromised patients is 1000 mg three times daily for at least seven days (3000 mg total daily dose) and for 2 days following crusting of lesions. This dose should be reduced according to creatinine clearance (see Renal impairment below). For recurrent episodes, treatment should be for three to five days. For initial episodes, which can be more severe, treatment may have to be extended to ten days. For recurrent episodes of herpes simplex, this should ideally be during the prodromal period or immediately upon appearance of the first signs or symptoms. Valtrex can prevent lesion development when taken at the first signs and symptoms of an HSV recurrence. For herpes labialis (cold sores), valaciclovir 2000 mg twice daily for one day is effective treatment in adults and adolescents. The second dose should be taken about 12 h (no sooner than 6 h) after the first dose.
Dihydroxycholecalciferol,calcitriol,rocaltrol,calcijex,25-hydroxycholecalciferol,calcifediol,ergocalciferol,vitamin d2,calderol,calciferol,drisdol,ostoforte. Formulated to improve oral bioavailability with less frequent dosing than oral. NOTE Valacyclovir is not approved for the treatment of disseminated herpes.