Rosen urged physicians to consider LGV as a possibility in patients who present with proctitis
and fall within the appropriate demographic group.
Patients with UC included 16 with pancolitis, 14 with left-sided colitis, and 7 with proctitis
16) For UC, the main problem for ultrasound is that the rectum is a relatively inaccessible area; proctitis
is correctly detected by ultrasound in only 15% of cases.
is inflammation of the rectum and, according to the BMJ, it's increasing among men who have sex with men.
Chlamydia also can cause proctitis
(inflamed rectum) and conjunctivitis (inflammation of the eye lining).
Gay Bowel Syndrome includes proctitis
, protocolitis, and enteritis.
birtea is used as a potent remedy for dysentery and proctitis
Reports from the CDC, the American Medical Association, the International Journal of Epidemiology, and other sources show that despite two decades of "safe sex" preaching, virtually all STDs are running rampant among the homosexual population: HIV/AIDS, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, gonorrhea, syphilis, human papillomavirus, proctitis
, proctocolitis, enteritis, chlamydia, and shigellosis.
recently received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market Canasa (mesalamine), a 5-ASA formulation in suppository form, for patients with mildly to moderately active ulcerative proctitis
The most familiar inflammations associated with the bowel are ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, colitis and proctitis
, as well as diverticulitis.
The company's lead drug, WF10, is approved for use in Thailand under the name IMMUNOKINE(TM), in patients with postradiation chronic inflammatory diseases including cystitis, proctitis
University of California (Oakland, CA) has patented a composition to treat a variety of conditions including inflammation associated with trauma and with certain aspects of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, insulindependent diabetes, cutaneous lymphomas, duodenal ulcer, chronic proctitis
, lymphocytic thyroidiris, hemorphagic shock, reperfusion injury during transplantation and multiple sclerosis, which include a chlorate or selenate which inhibits the natural biochemical sulfation process and/or a sulfatase enzyme which removes a sulfate from a specific position of a saccharide molecule which makes up a part of a natural ligand for L-selectin.