(n.) A liquid or semiliquid preparation of a consistence thinner than an ointment, applied to the skin by friction, esp. one used as a sedative or a stimulant.
(1) Intravesical instillations of 10% dibunol liniment were used for the treatment of 132 patients with bladder tumors.
(2) The most common dosage forms were creams, liniments and mixtures.
(3) Furthermore, the intraindividual variation of local capillary blood flow and vasodilatation was imitated by a rubefacient liniment (Forapin) applied to the three sites.
(4) The patient had a history of liniment ingestion in childhood plus a long history of dysphagia and substernal pain.
(5) In this study massage is defined as small circular movements with the fingertips using liniment.
(6) This combination has been effectively treated with oral undevit, vitamin B15, Quater's mixture, elenium, and external 2% alcohol solution of salicylic acid, fukorcin, 10% streptocide liniment, lorinden C, ftorocort, cryotherapy with liquid nitrogen, electrocoagulation.
(7) Stale layers of sweat were sweetened by liniment oil and disinfectant.
(8) The antiulcer effect of two medicinal forms (oil solution, liniment) of dibunol in rats with different models of the stomach and duodenum ulcers was studied.
(9) A new peplomycin (PEP) preparation was employed as an emulsion form in hydroxypropylcellulosum (HPC), which is familiar to have a liniment effect with a strong affinity to mucosa of the organ, in the management of 6 patients with bladder tumors.
(10) Analysis of the treatment results in 85 patients with occupational skin diseases, working at the Kineskop industrial amalgamation in Lvov, evidences that application of a liniment containing riboxin (10%) and dimexide (40-50%) results in a marked clinical effect and normalization of impaired protective-barrier function of the skin.
(11) Local dibunol liniment has been effective in therapy of the mucosal erosions.
(12) These include iatrogenic skin diseases caused by external medicine; skin tumors caused by methylrosaniline chloride (Pyoktanin); atrophy of the skin due to steroidal liniments; nevus and tumor diseases, such as nevoxanthoendothelioma and Letterer-Siwe disease.
(13) An elderly woman developed lipoid pneumonia due to the inhalation of mist from a spray lubricant that she was using as a liniment for sore back and neck muscles.
(14) The persons with scabies were treated with crotamiton liniment.
(15) The liniment used is a topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory preparation containing two active constituents, 3-phenylpropylsalicylate and ethyl-5-methoxysalicylate, in solution in isobutyl decanoate.
(n.) A lubricant or salve for sores, burns, or the like; an ointment.
(1) It is found that local applications of the unguent with soluble collagen, but not solution of the collagen, stimulate healing of erosions and full-thickness excision wounds in the rat skin.
(2) The treatment recommended in a 5-percent suspension or unguent of pimaricin (natamycin).
(3) Underneath the Great Hall was once an “elaboratory”, where apothecaries concocted their unguents, vomit cakes and elixirs.
(4) From the viewpoint of the technics of application and considering the cost too, the unguent is more favourable.
(5) He survived on the pittance he earned from working as a traditional "African doctor" but his unguents could not protect his daughter from the hidden hunger that threatens the lives of five million people in Malawi .