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application site

The part of the body or of an organ where a topical treatment is applied.
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Application Site Skin Reactions In rare cases, severe application site skin reactions with signs of marked inflammation including "burn," "discharge," and "vesicles" have occurred.
Members agreed to visit the application site to judge traffic and other issues for themselves.
Murphy strongly urged adults who use testosterone gels to wash their hands with soap and water after application, and to cover the application site with clothing after the gel dries.
Developers might also be faced with a situation where it is said the application site could be put to better use than what they are proposing.
The most common adverse events (5%) reported by patients treated with Butrans in the clinical trials were nausea, headache, application site pruritus, dizziness, constipation, somnolence, vomiting, application site erythema, dry mouth, and application site rash.
net to find the location of the closest LIHEAP application site.
In the combination group, 119 patients (19%) reported 207 application site reactions including dryness, desquamation, burning, erythema, and pruritus.
In order to succeed, the applicant needed to establish that the application site complied with every element of the definition of town or village green contained in section 22 of the Commons Registration Act as amended by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000.
Planning officers are studying the bid, which consists only of a site plan with a red line showing the application site and no other details.
The most common application site side effects--sunburn, dryness, and rash--were reported by no more than 3% of patients.
At various concentrations, AN2718 gel showed low irritation potential, leading investigators to conclude that application site reactions in future efficacy trials would be unlikely.

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