The paper describes a case report of a patient with a significant history of opioid-induced dysfunction of the sphincter of Oddi, who required morphine sulfate to manage oral mucositis pain, and who was successfully treated with concomitant oral naloxegol (Moventig: Kyowa Kirin, Galashiels, UK).
- analgesics, opioid
- narcotic antagonists
- sphincter of Oddi
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