glucocorticoid

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Glucocorticoids are anti-inflammatory agents that are useful for treating inflammatory diseases, such as asthma and rheumatoid arthritis (Barnes and Adcock 2009).
Addison's disease or primary adrenal insufficiency is a syndrome characterized by wasting of and hyperpigmentation, due to destruction of the adrenal glands resulting in inadequate secretion of mineralocorticoids and glucocorticoids (1).
For participants who took the highest doses of glucocorticoids, the rate was much higher -- 76.
Treatment with glucocorticoids may dampen inflammation favourably, though this may not apply to atherogenesis.
In their study, patients aged 50 years and older (mean age, 68 years) who had MRI- or CT-proven central spinal stenosis were enrolled over a 2-year period and randomly assigned to receive either a lidocaine plus glucocorticoid injection (200 intervention subjects) or a matching lidocaine injection (200 control subjects) under fluoroscopic guidance.
Venn diagram analysis indicated that several genes were targets of both glucocorticoids and Gen.
Glucocorticoids appear to play a central role in transmitting these signals.
This is the first study to uncover the role played by glucocorticoids in transmission.
The research focused on glucocorticoids, a class of steroid hormones.
If these low-risk patients continue to maintain adequate bone mass and are not receiving excessive doses of glucocorticoids, it may be justifiable, based on the control group data from the large-scale randomized GIOP trials, to proceed conservatively.
Glucocorticoids often cause myopathy, ranging from mild to severe, and exercise can help to offset this.
In a report, entitled Winter Skin Enemies, dermatologist Michael Cork links a group of hormones called glucocorticoids with the problem of worsening dry and eczematous skin in winter, as well as identifying environmental aggravators in the home as "skin enemies".
Two separate regression models were run for each sex, one with the conventional outcome (dependent variable) UFF alone, and the other with the potential bioactive free glucocorticoids UFF + UFE as an outcome.
The more the receptors are stimulated by glucocorticoids, the more production of the stress hormones is reduced.
Rats raised with little physical contact secrete large amounts of glucocorticoids when stressed and possess relatively few receptors for these hormones.
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