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topical

(of a drug, ointment, etc.) for application to the body surface; local
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This double-blind, ascending dose study is designed to evaluate the safety of the company's AB-SA01 administered topically to the skin of up to six healthy adult volunteers between the ages of 18 and 60 years in each of two dose cohorts.
The title of the letter and its argument that fluoride is best applied topically through toothpaste--is incorrect.
Bath et al published the largest series ever reported of patients (n = 29) with true, unmitigated ototoxicity caused by commercially available aminoglycoside-containing drops applied topically to the ear.
Like other books in this series, the plot is topically driven, with realistic but simplified characters who speak, as does the narrator, colloquially.
Petrolatum was applied topically and the wound bandaged.
Colorburst is offered in both broadloom and 6' and uses Lees' patented Duracolor[R] stain-resistant dye technology, which is integrated into carpet fiber rather than applied topically, to provide permanent stain-, soil-, and fade-resistance.
The new exhibit spans 198 linear feet and is divided topically along the north and south ground floor walls of the Winter Garden's atrium.
Topically applied collagen is not easily assimilated into the collagen network, so ingredients such as vitamin A and acids benefit us by stimulating our skin to produce its own.
Estrogen creams like Premarin cream, applied topically twice a week, can reduce vaginal dryness.
They rely on LEO as their primary tool to communicate or obtain mission critical information, to provide or participate in online educational programs, and to participate in professional special interest or topically focused dialog.
And for the Renaissance, the ubiquitous notebook of classical sayings, the Latin commonplace book topically organized, was the indispensable guide to eloquent Latin expression.
A cream applied topically to the body was administered to patients Wednesday in the 20- to 30-bed diagnostic observation unit after a staff member in that department was diagnosed with scabies, said hospital spokeswoman Janice Newbold.