enterorrhagia


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enterorrhagia

[‚ent·ə·rō′rāj·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Intestinal hemorrhage.
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(1,2) Here we report a case of enterorrhagia, a rare and neglected adverse effect after oseltamivir use.
Fifteen out of /86 (17.4%) patients were discharged with the diagnosis of enterorrhagia because no diagnostic procedures had been performed to determine the cause of hemorrhage due to their general condition and comorbidities.
Nelumbo nucifera, which showed an I[C.sub.50] value of 3.36 [micro]g/ml, is in wide use in folk medicine as a tonic, hemostatic and febrifuge, and also for to treating enuresis, gynecological disorders and enterorrhagia. Eucommia ulmoides is known as a tonic, abirritant and analgesic, and is used traditionally as a therapeutic agent for lumbago and arthritis, although the scientific evidence of its pharmacological activity has not yet been supported.