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treat

(trēt),
To manage a disease by medicinal, surgical, or other measures; to care for a patient medically or surgically.
[Fr. traiter, fr. L. tracto, to drag, handle, perform]

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treat

(trēt)
To manage a disease by medicinal, surgical, or other measures; to care for a patient medically or surgically.
[Fr. traiter, fr. L. tracto, to drag, handle, perform]

treat

(trēt)
To manage a defect or disease by medicinal, surgical, or other measures; to care for a patient surgically or medically.
[Fr. traiter, fr. L. tracto, to drag, handle, perform]

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Q. can cancer that was treated and healed still make problems in pregnancy in the future? my sister had cancer in her stomic that was treated on the right time-thank god- and now she's doing great. but she and her husband are now speaking about having children and I really hope she wont have problems getting pregnant or during one...

A. thanks. I actually haven't spoken to her about it- thought to ask here first so maybe she did have her eggs drawn out. I hope so.
Thanks anyway for your answer...

Q. How is gout treated? After a lot of tests, my Doctor concluded that I have gout. What treatment should I expect? Is gout curable?

A. There are basically three types of treatment for gout arthritis : corticosteroids, anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID- ibuprofen, diclofenac, naproxen), and medication that lowers uric acid levels, such as allopurinol (Zylopric) or probenecid, also may be prescribed to help prevent a gout attack.

Colchicine is used to treat acute gout attack and usually begins working within few hours of taking it. Low doses of colchicine are also used to prevent attacks. These drugs are recommended for people who have had multiple attacks of gout, kidney stones due to uric acid, or tophi.

The goal of lowering the blood uric acid is to slowly dissolve deposits of uric acid in the joint.

Q. How to treat cellulitis? My Mother is 73 and has been diagnosed with cellulitis on her leg. She is in a lot of pain. What is the most effective treatment for it?

A. Here is a movie with tips on managing cellulitis:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1_3NzwgsgY

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