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  • Treatment of biliary colic with loxiglumide [13].
  • Biliary colic on abrupt withdrawal of octreotide [14].
  • Complications (renal colic, or pain and dysuria) occurred after a mean of 36 weeks (95% CI, 23-48) of indinavir treatment in 13 subjects (12.3%), eight of whom (62%) presented elevated creatinine during follow-up [15].
  • CONCLUSIONS: Parenteral NSAIDs are more effective than placebo and as effective as analgesic agents in the treatment of acute renal colic [16].
  • RESULTS: Thirteen patients complained of abdominal cramps, vomiting or diarrhoea during the study, and three patients had fumagillin withdrawn because of adverse events [17].

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