- Brand: PancrecarbGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: Creon 10Generic: Pancrelipase Delayed-Released Capsules
- Brand: Creon 20Generic: Pancrelipase Delayed-Released Capsules
- Brand: Creon 5Generic: Pancrelipase Delayed-Release Minimicrospheres
- Brand: Ultrase MTGeneric: Pancrelipase Capsules
- Brand: ZyfloGeneric: Zileutin
- Brand: LotronexGeneric: Alosetron Hydrochloride
- Brand: UloricGeneric: Febuxostat
- Brand: PertzyeGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: UltresaGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: ZenpepGeneric: Pancrelipase Delayed Release Capsules
- Brand: Remeron SolTabGeneric: Mirtazapine
- Brand: Alosetron Hydrochloride TabletsGeneric: alosetron hydrochloride
- Brand: EdurantGeneric: Rilpivirine Tablets
- Brand: KevzaraGeneric: Sarilumab Injection, For Subcutaneous Use
- Brand: AlbenzaGeneric: Albendazole
- Brand: ActemraGeneric: Tocilizumab Injection
- Brand: BesponsaGeneric: Inotuzumab Ozogamicin Injection
- Brand: CreonGeneric: Pancrelipase Capsules
- Brand: PancreazeGeneric: Pancrelipase Microtablets
- Brand: TasmarGeneric: Tolcapone
- Brand: Zyflo CRGeneric: Zileuton Extended Release Tablets
- Brand: SomaGeneric: Carisoprodol
- Brand: RifamateGeneric: Rifampin and Isoniazid
- Brand: RifaterGeneric: Rifampin, Isoniazid and Pyrazinamide
- Brand: SilenorGeneric: Doxepin Tablets
- Brand: UltraseGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: ExtaviaGeneric: Interferon Beta-1b Kit
- Brand: CompleraGeneric: Emtricitabine/Rilpivirine/Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate Tablets
- Brand: Methadose Oral ConcentrateGeneric: Methadone Hydrochloride
- Brand: OfevGeneric: Nintedanib Capsules
- Brand: BetaseronGeneric: Interferon beta-1b
- Brand: CefobidGeneric: Sterile Cefoperazone
- Brand: Entereg CapsulesGeneric: Alvimopan Capsules
- Brand: HelidacGeneric: Bismuth Subsalicylate
- Brand: PhenobarbitalGeneric: Phenobarbital
- Brand: TremfyaGeneric: Guselkumab for Injection
- Brand: Zofran InjectionGeneric: Ondansetron Hydrochloride Injection
- Brand: BanzelGeneric: Rufinamide Tablets
- Brand: VivitrolGeneric: Naltrexone XR Inj
- Brand: BlincytoGeneric: Blinatumomab for Injection
- Brand: CancidasGeneric: Caspofungin Acetate for Injection
- Brand: TarkaGeneric: Trandolapril and Verapamil ER
- Brand: MylotargGeneric: Gemtuzumab Ozogamicin for Injection
- Brand: ProvayblueGeneric: Methylene Blue for Intravenous Administration
- Brand: RufinamideGeneric: Rufinamide Tablets
- Brand: ViokaceGeneric: Pancrelipase
- Brand: Soma CompoundGeneric: Carisoprodol and Aspirin
- Brand: CimziaGeneric: Certolizumab Pegol Injection
- Brand: Pylera CapsulesGeneric: Bismuth Subcitrate Potassium
Diseases, Conditions, and Procedures
- Liver Blood TestsSource: MedicineNet
Learn about liver blood tests used to detect liver damage disease such as fatty liver, cirrhosis, hepatitis, and Tylenol liver damage. This includes measuring the aminotransferases enzymes (AST and ALT levels).
- Drug-Induced Liver DiseaseSource: MedicineNet
Drug-induced liver disease comes in many types, and has many potential causes. Find out about drug-induced liver disease treatment, signs, and symptoms like itching, easy bruising, and jaundice, and learn how certain drugs can cause liver disease.
- Types of Diabetes Type 2 MedicationsSource: MedicineNet
Consumer information about the types of type 2 diabetes medications. Read about the side effects of Precose, Diabinese, Amaryl, Glucophage, Actos, Avandia, Starlix, Prandin, and more. Drug interactions, dosing, storage, and breastfeeding and pregnancy safety information is provided.
- The Digestion Process (Parts, Organs, and Functions)Source: MedicineNet
What is the function of the digestive system? Read about the human digestive system and its functions and organs. The mouth, stomach, intestines, gallbladder, pancreas and more play important roles in digesting food and eliminating waste.
- Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI)Source: MedicineNet
EPI or exocrine pancreatic insufficiency that causes symptoms of abdominal tenderness and pain, gas (flatulence), smelly bowel movements, diarrhea, and bone pain. Treatment is with (pancreatic enzyme replacement therapy (PERT).
- Hepatitis (Viral Hepatitis A, B, C, D, E, G)Source: MedicineNet
Viral hepatitis refers to hepatitis caused by a few specific viruses that primarily attack the liver. Hepatitis symptoms include loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fever, weakness, tiredness, and abdominal pain. Learn about different types, causes, and treatments.
- Gallstones Source: MedicineNet
Gallstones (gall stones) are formed from bile, bilirubin, and cholesterol. They are common, and usually have no symptoms. However, when they do occur, the most common symptoms are biliary colic and cholecystitis. Biliary colic pain comes on suddenly, is constant, severe, and located in the middle or right of the upper abdomen. Diet changes have not shown to treat or prevent gallstones. Treatment or surgery for gallstones depend on the type.
- Pancreatic CancerSource: MedicineNet
Pancreatic cancer symptoms and signs often do not manifest until the cancer has metastasized. Treatment incorporates chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and/or surgery. Genetics, obesity, tobacco use, sedentary lifestyle, diabetes, pancreatitis, and a fatty diet are risk factors. Read more...
- Pancreatic CystsSource: MedicineNet
Pancreatic cysts can be either benign and malignant (cancerous). Symptoms include abdominal pain, back pain, and fever. Learn about types, causes, and treatments.
- Emphysema Source: MedicineNet
Emphysema is a condition that is considered a type of COPD. Emphysema usually occurs with chronic bronchitis. The most common cause of emphysema is long-term cigarette smoking. Learn about treatment, 4 stages, causes, symptoms, life expectancy, and prevention.
- Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction)Source: MedicineNet
A heart attack occurs when a blood clot completely obstructs a coronary artery supplying blood to the heart muscle. Learn about warning signs, causes, complications, risk factors, and treatment.
- Intestinal Gas and Gas PainSource: MedicineNet
Intestinal gas and painful bloating are common. Learn about what causes gas pain and how eliminating certain foods from your diet can help relieve symptoms.
- RhabdomyolysisSource: MedicineNet
Rhabdomyolysis is the rapid destruction of skeletal muscle. Some causes include medications (statins), extreme exercise, drugs or alcohol, electrolyte imbalances, viruses, infection, severe hypothyroidism, Haff disease, and more.
- Acute and Chronic PancreatitisSource: MedicineNet
Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. Pancreatitis can either be acute (develops suddenly and lasting days to weeks) or chronic (multiple pancreatic episodes that can last for months to years) in which the main symptom is abdominal pain. Other symptoms of pancreatitis are nausea, vomiting, and fever. Both acute and chronic pancreatitis treatment may require hospitalization.
- Alcohol and NutritionSource: MedicineNet
Alcohol has a big nutritional impact. Therefore, it is important to understand how alcohol is processed by your body in order to appreciate how it affects blood alcohol concentration and blood sugar, impacts weight, and contributes to vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
- Polymyositis and DermatomyositisSource: MedicineNet
Get information about polymyositis (PM) and dermatomyositis (DM) causes, symptoms, prognosis, medications, and treatment, plus, learn if it's hereditary.
- MPS I (Mucopolysaccharidosis Type I, Hurler Syndrome)Source: MedicineNet
MPS I (mucopolysaccharidosis type 1 or Hurler syndrome) is an inherited condition that involves the fourth chromosome. Symptoms of MPS I are thick lips, eye problems, and coarsening of facial features that become progressively worse. Treatment is focused on treating the signs and symptoms of the syndrome.
- Abdominal PainSource: MedicineNet
Abdominal pain can be caused by a variety of problems and locations in the digestive system, for example, diet, gallstones, food poisoning, GERD, liver disease, SIBO, pancreatitis, appendicitis, colon cancer, and abdominal (scar tissue from previous surgeries). Treatment for abdominal pain depends on the cause.
- Fabry Disease Source: MedicineNet
Is Fabry disease fatal? Fabry disease is a rare genetic condition that affects mostly males. Symptoms are decreased sweating, fever, small, raised reddish-purple blemishes, burning sensations in the hands, and problems with the gastrointestinal system. Medications can help manage and relieve symptoms, but there's no cure for the disease.
- Enzymes, yellow
- Yellow enzymes
- Enzyme, restriction
- Restriction enzyme
- Ileus, meconium
- Transaminase biochemistry
- Enzyme, lysosomal
- Lysosomal enzyme
- Pancreatic juices
- Alpha-glucosidase inhibitor
- Restriction map
- Gene, suicide
- Suicide gene
- CRISPR (Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats)
- DNA repair
- DNA repair gene, Med1
- Extended spectrum beta lactamases (ESBLs)
- Gene, Med1 DNA repair
- Glutathione S-transferase
- Glutathione S-transferase omega-1
- Meconium ileus
- Med1 DNA repair gene
- Methanococcus jannaschii
- Ornithine transcarbamylase (OTC) deficiency
- Repair, DNA
- Toxin, anthrax
- Pancreatic insufficiency
- Semen DNA analysis
- Transforming principle
- Assembly and budding
- Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE)
- Cystic fibrosis
- Gray baby syndrome
- Mycobacterium tuberculosis
- Pancreas divisum
- Prenatal diagnosis
- Propionibacterium acnes
- Transaminase clinical usage
- Urea cycle disorder
- Chronic pancreatitis
- Drug-induced liver disease