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peroral

 [per-or´al]
performed or administered through the mouth.

per·o·ral

(per-ō'răl),
Through the mouth, denoting a method of medication or an approach.
[L. per, through, + os (or-), mouth]

peroral

/per·oral/ (per-or´al) performed or administered through the mouth.

peroral

(pər-ôr′əl)
adj.
Through or by way of the mouth: a peroral infection; peroral administration of fluids.

per·o′ral·ly adv.

per·o·ral

(pĕr-ō'răl)
Through the mouth, denoting a method of medication or an approach.
See: peroral
[L. per, through, + os (or-), mouth]

per·o·ral

(pĕr-ō'răl)
Through the mouth, denoting method of medication or approach.
[L. per, through, + os (or-), mouth]

peroral,

adj through or about the oral cavity.

peroral

performed or administered through the mouth. Called also per os.
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Caption: Figure 6:24 h lethality of rats by Kaplan-Meier curves (a) and % surviving animals by the end of the observation period (b) after intravenous injection of LPS (15 mg/kg) into rats given SOD-CHS-CAT perorally (experimental group) and rats that did not receive the conjugate (control).
Side effects of effective treatment for IHs with perorally administered propranolol occur in high incidence due to its variable absorption profiles (17).
This report shows that recombinant chicken interferon-[alpha] (rChIFN-[alpha]) (5) administered perorally in drinking water (6) acts as an adjuvant to produce a super-sentinel chicken that is a sensitive and early detector of clinically inapparent LPAI.
The remaining lambs (n = 10) were enrolled in secnidazole group (group S), receiving the latter drug (Flagentyl[R] Eczaciba[section]i, 500 mg tablets) at a single dosage of 10 mg/ kg perorally.
of this substance perorally was more effective, especially in decreasing the number of cough efforts (NE), frequency of cough (NE/[min.
Once anesthesia was confirmed, two Abraham cannulas passed perorally were used simultaneously to passively move the arytenoids laterally and expose the posterior glottis (figure 3).
One aim of this study was to clarify whether a perorally administered herbal immunomodulator exerts its action through systemic or local effects.
Finally, check the position of the packs perorally by retracting the soft palate with a tonsillectomy pillar retractor or a warmed laryngeal mirror.
10) When a lesion is palpable or can be seen perorally, preoperative tissue can be obtained by fine-needle aspiration or biopsy immediately following radiologic imaging.
Injections can be administered percutaneously or perorally.