Generated: December 13, 2017
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Details for Patent: 7,189,761
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Summary for Patent: 7,189,761
|Title:||Nitric oxide donor composition and method for treatment of anal disorders|
|Abstract:|| A pharmaceutical composition contains a nitric oxide donor and advantageously an optional corticosteroid and/or topical anesthetic. The composition is useful in a method for treating anal disorders such as anal fissure, anal ulcer, hemorrhoidal disease, levator spasm, and so forth, by topical application to or proximate the affected area.|
|Inventor(s):|| Gorfine; Stephen R. (New York, NY) |
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|Use; Dosage form; Composition; |
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