- n. Plural form of corticosteroid.
“These included (early withdrawal versus long-term corticosteroids):”
“(There are several other classes of steroids, including the female hormone estrogen and the drugs called corticosteroids, which are used to treat inflammation and asthma; neither of these builds muscle, and their side effects are very different.)”
“Drugs called corticosteroids will not be helpful if you have this disease.”
“WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28 HealthDay News -- About one in six asthma sufferers carries a genetic variant that's associated with a poor response to commonly prescribed inhaled asthma medications called corticosteroids, according to a new study.”
“The research suggests chemicals called corticosteroids, which aid the "fight or flight" response, can kill off brain cells if the concentrations remain high over long periods.”
“But that cautionary experiment and others didn't balk the ascent of cortisone (also known as corticosteroids).”
“The corticosteroids are a family of anti-inflammatory drugs, including hydrocortisone and prednisone, that are commonly used in the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, such as asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, and ulcerative colitis.”
“By Jane E Brody Steroids -- corticosteroids, that is, synthetic versions of the natural hormone produced by the adrenal glands -- are indeed miracle today announced additional results from the Company's ...”
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