ulcerogenic


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Related to ulcerogenic: laterad, fluctuant, transvesical

ulcerogenic

 [ul″ser-o-jen´ik]
causing ulceration; leading to the production of ulcers.

ul·cer·o·gen·ic

(ŭl'sĕr-ō-jen'ik),
Ulcer-producing.

ulcerogenic

/ul·cer·o·gen·ic/ (ul″ser-o-jen´ik) causing ulceration; leading to the production of ulcers.

ulcerogenic

(ŭl′sə-rō-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Tending to cause an ulcer.

ulcerogenic

causing ulceration; leading to the production of ulcers.
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In vitro studies employing the Ussing chamber demonstrated the great ulcerogenic capacity of VFA.
Distention ulcer as a model for testing of drugs for ulcerogenic side effects.
The exploration of the upper GIT is recommended especially in patients with history of previous ulcerous diseases, usage of potentially ulcerogenic drugs and in case of massive bleeding.
Bhargava KP, Gupta MB, Tangri KK (1973) Mechanism of ulcerogenic activity of indomethacin and oxyphenbutazone.
The anti-ulcerogenic effect of Mikania cordata has been reported in diclofenac-induced ulcerogenic model in rats [39]; the Oraon healers used the plant for gastric problems.
Evaluation of analgesic, antipyretic and ulcerogenic effect of Withaferin A.
Oral anti inflammatory and anti ulcerogenic activities of a hydroalcoholic extract and partitioned fractions of Turnea ulmifolia (Turneaceae).
Lipoxins, the novel mediators of gastroprotection and gastric adaptation to ulcerogenic action of aspirin.
Cigarette smoking could induce GI toxicity via its ulcerogenic effect, however, was not evident in our patient.
Kumar, Synthesis and evaluation of anti-inflammatory, analgesic, ulcerogenic and lipid peroxidation properties of ibuprofen derivatives, Acta Pharm.