chlorotrianisene


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chlorotrianisene

 [klor″o-tri-an´ĭ-sēn]
a synthetic estrogen used to suppress lactation in postpartum women, for palliative treatment in inoperable prostatic carcinoma, and for replacement therapy of estrogen deficiency; administered orally.

chlorotrianisene

/chlo·ro·tri·an·i·sene/ (-tri-an´ĭ-sēn) a synthetic estrogen used to suppress lactation postpartum, for replacement therapy of estrogen deficiency, and for palliative treatment of prostatic carcinoma.

chlorotrianisene,

n brand name: TACE;
drug class: nonsteroidal synthetic estrogen;
action: required for the development, maintenance, and adequate function of the female reproductive system; decreases release of gonadotropin-releasing hormone, inhibits ovulation, and helps maintain bone structure;
uses: prostatic cancer, menopause, female hypogonadism, atrophic vaginitis.