adrenocorticosteroid


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adrenocorticosteroid

(ə-drē′nō-kôr′tĭ-kō-stĕr′oid, -stîr′-)

adrenocorticosteroid

(ă-drē″nō-kor″tĭ-kō-stēr′oyd″) [ adreno- + corticosteroid]
A hormone produced by the adrenal cortex or a synthetic derivative of such a hormone.

adrenocorticosteroid

one of the steroid compounds produced by the adrenal cortex.

Patient discussion about adrenocorticosteroid

Q. I received a corticosteroid injection in my left knne th A.M. Knee is all stiff & swollen. Is this normal?

A. actually you might have already had an arthritis in your knee before, then your doctor injected you with a corticosteroid into the affected joint. usually you will feel better (less pain) in your affected joint. if the symptoms don't improve then I suggest you to go see your specialist for further advise and treatment.

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Low dose adrenocorticosteroids in the management of elderly patients with rheumatoid arthritis: selected examples and summary of efficacy in the long-term treatment of 97 patients.

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