The review has been carried out by the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC), the Committee responsible for the evaluation of safety issues for human medicines, which made a set of recommendations. The PRAC recommendations were sent to the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP), responsible for questions concerning medicines for human use, which adopted the Agency’s opinion. The CHMP opinion was forwarded to the European Commission, which issued a final legally binding decision applicable in all EU Member States.
Dr. Shiel: Fortunately, the rounding of the face, which occurs because of cortisone medications, is often times reversible. This usually occurs because of a re-distribution of fatty tissue and enlargement of fat in and around the face so that what is commonly referred to as a "moon face" can occur with prolonged cortisone use. This often times is a temporary phenomenon. There are a limited number of patients who unfortunately, this is not reverse in, but most often does reverse over time after the medicines are discontinued.
Users are now asking for help: lidelser (Danish>English) | postcode ontvanger (Dutch>English) | ohka (French>Russian) | bulgur wheat (English>Tamil) | nokrita (Latvian>German) | cuy (French>German) | explore their own attributes (English>Welsh) | two weeks (English>French) | odontologico (Portuguese>English) | beeg com virgin six hindi hindi (Portuguese>English) | hafa adai (Chamorro>English) | la vie suce (French>English) | widerstanden (German>Hungarian) | a la droit (French>English) | mors vincit omnia (Latin>Spanish)