12 results found for: “mucoid_plaque”.

Request time (Page generated in 0.2996 seconds.)

Mucoid plaque

Mucoid plaque (or mucoid cap or rope) is a pseudoscientific term used by some alternative medicine advocates to describe what is claimed to be a combination...

Last Update: 2021-01-14T01:05:11Z Word Count : 1228 Synonim Mucoid plaque

Laxative

in alternative medicine for various conditions of quackery, such as "mucoid plaque". ATC code A06 Bowel management Cathartic Dietary fiber Diuretic Enema...

Last Update: 2021-04-02T17:40:29Z Word Count : 2233 Synonim Laxative

Colon cleansing

claims of effectiveness, safety issues, and quality control violations. Mucoid plaque Emmanuel, A V; Krogh, K; Bazzocchi, G; Leroi, A-M; Bremers, A; Leder...

Last Update: 2020-12-29T19:10:52Z Word Count : 1775 Synonim Colon cleansing

Miracle Mineral Supplement

Disproven or alternative diagnoses Adrenal fatigue Leaky gut syndrome Mucoid plaque Irlen syndrome Sensory Integration Dysfunction Sensory processing disorder...

Last Update: 2021-03-28T14:55:01Z Word Count : 4630 Synonim Miracle Mineral Supplement

Sri Lankan traditional medicine

Disproven or alternative diagnoses Adrenal fatigue Leaky gut syndrome Mucoid plaque Irlen syndrome Sensory Integration Dysfunction Sensory processing disorder...

Last Update: 2020-12-03T00:16:48Z Word Count : 446 Synonim Sri Lankan traditional medicine

Helicobacter pylori

helicobacter, derives) is thought to have evolved in order to penetrate the mucoid lining of the stomach and thereby establish infection. The bacterium was...

Last Update: 2021-03-12T18:02:55Z Word Count : 14151 Synonim Helicobacter pylori

Vaccinia

noted that many colonies of contaminating micrococci grew up and appeared mucoid, watery or glassy, and this transformation could be induced in other colonies...

Last Update: 2021-04-15T00:53:15Z Word Count : 3186 Synonim Vaccinia

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

thick layers of lung mucus and bacterially-produced alginate surrounding mucoid bacterial cells can limit the diffusion of oxygen. P. aeruginosa growth...

Last Update: 2021-04-10T23:20:54Z Word Count : 7904 Synonim Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Geotrichosis

and mucus can be obtained from the feces. Sputum can be searched for the mucoid-like white flakes for further examination. Culturing the cylindrical barrel-shaped...

Last Update: 2021-01-18T21:40:55Z Word Count : 1175 Synonim Geotrichosis

Scrotal ultrasound

serous, mucoid or keratinous fluid, it may present as anechoic or complex structure [Fig. 6].[citation needed] Fig. 5. Teratoma. A plaque like calcification...

Last Update: 2021-01-29T10:13:14Z Word Count : 6124 Synonim Scrotal ultrasound

Lautropia mirabilis

wrinkled morphology. The third colony type is smooth, shiny and round with mucoid surrounding it. Under a light microscope, three cellular morphologies can...

Last Update: 2021-02-24T10:25:39Z Word Count : 1522 Synonim Lautropia mirabilis

Xenophilus azovorans

azovorans strain KF46FT from this original culture. This strain is a non-mucoid version of KF46F which has been preserved for over 25 years by freezing...

Last Update: 2021-02-24T14:22:47Z Word Count : 2486 Synonim Xenophilus azovorans

Main result

Mucoid plaque

Mucoid plaque (or mucoid cap or rope) is a pseudoscientific term used by some alternative medicine advocates to describe what is claimed to be a combination of harmful mucus-like material and food residue that they say coats the gastrointestinal tract of most people. The term was coined by Richard Anderson, a naturopath and entrepreneur, who sells a range of products that claim to "cleanse" the body of such purported plaques.Many such "colon cleansing" products are promoted to the public on websites that have been described as making misleading medical claims. The presence of laxatives, bentonite clay, and fibrous thickening agents in some of these "cleansing agents" has led to suggestions that the products themselves produce the excreted matter regarded as the plaque. The concept of a 'mucoid plaque' has been dismissed by medical experts as having no anatomical or physiological basis.


mucoid_plaque
Synonim i słownik wyrazów