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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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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.
Although the role of IFN as an adjuvant when delivered perorally has been established in mammals (12), our data demonstrate for the first time, to our knowledge, that avian IFN administered in drinking water to naturally infected chickens lowers the threshold of antigen required to stimulate the adaptive immune response to an LPAI isolate.
The extract of Emblica officinalis was given perorally dissolved in water for injection, so the dose of E.
officinalis at a dose of 50 mg/kg perorally decreased the cough frequency from both irritated areas of the airways.
officinalis in both perorally administrated doses (50 mg/kg body wt.
The aqueous-ethanolic extract of a mixture of Thujae summitates, Baptisiae tinctoriae radix, Echinaceae purpureae radix and Echinaceae pallidae radix was perorally applied to mice in dosages that are comparable to those in human therapy.
The extract was applied perorally via the drinking water for 1-9 days.
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.