Drug absorption and avoidance of first-pass metabolism 166
Dosage forms for rectal delivery 167
Adjuvants and enhancers 167
Spreading of rectal dosage forms 168
Therapeutic agents administered rectally 169
Rectal irritation and damage 173
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