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*  Temporal lobe epilepsy
1994). "Quantitative evaluation of neuronal loss in the dorsal hippocampus in rats with long-term pilocarpine seizures". ...
*  Pilocarpine
"Pilocarpine". Archived from the original on 2010-03-06. Rosin, A. (1991). "Pilocarpine. A miotic of choice in the treatment of ... Systemic injection of pilocarpine can compromise the blood brain barrier allowing pilocarpine to gain access to the brain which ... The most common concentration for this use is pilocarpine 1%, the weakest concentration. Pilocarpine is shown to be just as ... Scheinpharm Pilocarpine (Schein Pharmaceutical), and Timpilo (Merck Frosst). Pilocarpine is used to induce chronic epilepsy in ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Pharmacy: Drugs and Medications: P: Pilocarpine
A miotic (parasympathomimetic) used to control intraocular pressure.
*  Sialogogue
Pilocarpine is an example; the maximum dose of this drug is 30 mg/day. Contraindications include many lung conditions, such as ...
*  Pseudocholinesterase deficiency
Drugs containing Pilocarpine - e.g. Salagen Salagen is used to treat dry mouth. As the name suggests, dry mouth is a medical ...
*  F-number
Pilocarpine is a miotic (induces miosis); it can make a pupil as small as 1 mm in diameter depending on the person and their ...
*  Sweat test
A second electrode (without pilocarpine) will be placed at another site and a mild electric current will draw the pilocarpine ... In this way, the chloride anions are said to "trap" the sodium cations.[citation needed] Sweating is induced by pilocarpine ... At the test site, an electrode is placed over gauze containing pilocarpine and electrolyte solution that will not interfere ... "A test for concentration of electrolytes in sweat in cystic fibrosis of the pancreas utilizing pilocarpine by iontophoresis". ...
*  Euphoria
Pilocarpine, arecoline and muscarine are rather selective parasympathetic agents; i.e., their cholinomimetic activity is ...
*  Xerostomia
However, pilocarpine is not always successful in improving xerostomia symptoms. The review also concluded that there was little ... Pilocarpine: A study by Taweechaisupapong in 2006 showed no 'statistical significant improvement in oral dryness and saliva ... The Cochrane oral health group concluded 'there is insufficient evidence to determine whether pilocarpine or physostigmine' are ... such as pilocarpine may improve xerostomia symptoms and other problems associated with salivary gland dysfunction, but the ...
*  Pilocarpus
Various species are important pharmacologically as a source of the parasympathomimetic alkaloid Pilocarpine. Many of the ... "Production of Pilocarpine in Callus of Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus Stapf)". In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. ...
*  Pilocarpus microphyllus
Commercial production of the alkaloid muscarinic receptor agonist pilocarpine is derived entirely from the leaves of the shrub ... "Production of Pilocarpine in Callus of Jaborandi (Pilocarpus microphyllus Stapf)". In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology. ...
*  Bethanechol
Pilocarpine and Cevimeline, similar parasympathomimetic medicines for dry mouth (xerostomia). Gorsky, Meir; Epstein, Joel B.; ... Parry, Jamie; Epstein, Matthew S.; Le, Nhu D.; Silverman, Sol (2004-02-01). "The efficacy of pilocarpine and bethanechol upon ...
*  Cystic fibrosis
Sweat testing involves application of a medication that stimulates sweating (pilocarpine). To deliver the medication through ...
*  Glaucoma
The first drug to reduce IOP, pilocarpine, was introduced in the 1870s. Early surgical techniques like iridectomy and ... In the other 25%, laser iridoplasty, medication (pilocarpine) or incisional surgery may be required. Primary open-angle ... such as pilocarpine, work by contraction of the ciliary muscle, opening the trabecular meshwork and allowing increased outflow ...
*  Adie syndrome
A normal pupil will not constrict with the dilute dose of pilocarpine. CT scans and MRI scans may be useful in the diagnostic ... Pilocarpine drops may be administered as a treatment as well as a diagnostic measure. Thoracic sympathectomy is the definitive ... pilocarpine may constrict the tonic pupil due to cholinergic denervation supersensitivity. ...
*  Salivary gland
Saliva production may be pharmacologically stimulated by sialagogues such as pilocarpine and cevimeline. It can also be ...
*  Timolol
Can also be used in adjunctive therapy with pilocarpine or carbonic anhydrase inhibitors. A Cochrane Systematic Review compared ... Strohmaier, K; Snyder, E; Adamsons, I (Jul 1998). "A multicenter study comparing dorzolamide and pilocarpine as adjunctive ...
*  Calponin 3, acidic
"Increased levels of acidic calponin during dendritic spine plasticity after pilocarpine-induced seizures". Hippocampus. 13 (7 ...
*  Iontophoresis
Pilocarpine iontophoresis is often used to stimulate sweat secretion, as part of cystic fibrosis diagnosis. Reverse ...
*  Oskar Simon
Ueber Prurigo und die Behandlung Derselben mit Pilocarpin, 1879 - On prurigo and treatment with pilocarpine. Ueber die ...
*  Hypergraphia
Cifelli P, Grace AA (12 July 2011). "Pilocarpine-induced temporal lobe epilepsy in the rat is associated with increased ...
*  History of catecholamine research
Intravenous injection of pilocarpine to induce bronchospasm was followed by intravenous injection of the agonists. "Arrangement ...
*  Dysgeusia
Pilocarpine is a cholinergic drug meaning it has the same effects as the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Acetylcholine has the ... These include artificial saliva, pilocarpine, zinc supplementation, alterations in drug therapy, and alpha lipoic acid. The ... or physicians can increase saliva flow with artificial saliva or oral pilocarpine. Artificial saliva mimics the characteristics ...
*  Minor test
Sweating is then encouraged with the aid of pilocarpine, the use of a sauna or exercise. When sweat reaches the surface of the ...
*  Miosis
Pilocarpine eye drops and all other parasympathomimetics In some rare cases, when exposed to mustard gas. Organophosphates ...