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[Treatment of rheumatoid synovitis by intra-articular administration of dimethyl sulfoxide and corticosteroids].
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A study of 17 patients with verified rheumatoid arthritis has shown the superiority of intraarticular administration of dimethylsulfoxide combined with glucocorticosteroids over the antiinflammatory effect of GCS used alone in its expression and duration.
[Effect of dimethyl sulfoxide and dimethyl sulfone on a destructive process in the joints of mice with spontaneous arthritis].
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DMSO and dimethyl sulfone lessen the destructive changes in the joints, while DMSO also inhibits the manifestation of immune disorders, i.
[Intake of non-steroid preparation and risk of developing cancer of the upper gastrointestinal tract].
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Long-term treatment with NSAD lowers the risk of UGT tumors and esophagogastroduodenoscopy detected and histology confirmed adenocarcinoma in 2 patients and 10 patients of the study and the control group.
[A multicenter evaluation of efficacy and tolerance in the local treatment with dolgit cream of patients with osteoarthrosis].
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A 2-week clinical trial of cream dolgit efficacy and tolerance in 76 patients with primary osteoarthritis showed this preparation to reduce local pain syndrome in 70.1%, palpation pain sensitivity in 79.2%, joint swelling in 75.5% of patients.
[Evaluation of the effect of dimethyl sulfoxide on experimental amyloidosis].
It was shown on the model of casein amyloidosis reproduced in 40 female mice of line Balb/C that dimethylsulfoxide prescribed perorally with drinking water ad libitum not only prevented the
Shifts in spatial synchronization of rabbit cortex potentials elicited by application of acetylcholine and amizil to the visual cortex
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The principal effect of the application of a 1–2% solution of amizil, a blocker of M-cholinoreceptors, to the visual cortex of an awake rabbit was the steady decrease in the spatial synchronization of potentials between the leads from the visual and sensorimotor cortical regions.
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