glucocorticoid

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As for the inhaled glucocorticosteroids only for triamcinolone acetonide a link with the frequency of fractures was proved, others are within discussion.
Medical care of clinically significant IH has been limited to a few medications, including glucocorticosteroids (topical, intralesional and oral), interferon alfa9 and, rarely, vincristine.
Mechanisms and clinical implications of glucocorticosteroids in the treatment of allergic rhinitis.
Since glucocorticosteroids are widely used in the management of sports related injuries, as well as in the disorders of the musculoskeletal system, it may result in some cases of doping among Iranian athletes (21).
In shoulder glucocorticosteroids give better results than physiotherapy.
Out of the 16 positive cases, nine have been reported for steroids, four for stimulants and, in two cases, glucocorticosteroids have been found in the samples.
Glucocorticosteroids and [sz]2-adrenoceptor agonists synergize to inhibit airway smooth muscle remodeling.
Through glucocorticosteroids moderates the symptoms and improves laboratory findings, it is generally used temporarily because of its fatal risks in long-term use.
Intranasal glucocorticosteroids is recommended for the treatment of AR (seasonal/perennial) in adults and children not less than two-years-old.
High dose glucocorticosteroids such as prednisolone, which have anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive properties, are used.
In the past decades, therapeutic approaches to systemic autoimmune and inflammatory diseases have been based on the use of glucocorticosteroids and immunosuppressive agents.
Parturition can be artificially induced in ruminants in last thirty days of gestation by exogenous administration of glucocorticosteroids (Thorburn et al.
The problem is to differentiate endogenous from exogenous administrated natural glucocorticosteroids, cortisone and cortisol, as well as to identify synthetic glucocorticosteroid abuse.