anorexigen

an·o·rex·i·gen

(an-ō-rek'si-jĕn),
Any drug used to reduce appetite.
[anorexia + -gen]
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Pharmacological mechanisms involved in reduced sperm quality and fertility in rats exposed to the anorexigen sibutramine," PLoS ONE, vol.
Also, authors such as Flier (2006) have demonstrated that BCAA, especially leucine, can act on central receptors and signal anorexigen peptide synthesis, probably via mTOR.
Prior studies addressing the use of oral anticoagulation looked at individuals with idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension associated with anorexigen use.
The ARIES-E study included 383 patients with idiopathic PAH (IPAH) or PAH associated with connective tissue disease (PAH-CTD), HIV infection or anorexigen use.
This includes patients with idiopathic PAH (IPAH) or PAH associated with connective tissue disease (PAH-CTD), HIV infection or anorexigen use.
Oudiz presented long-term data (mean exposure = 71 weeks; maximum exposure = 148 weeks) from an integrated analysis of 383 patients with idiopathic PAH (IPAH) or PAH associated with connective tissue disease (PAH-CTD), HIV infection or anorexigen use who received at least one dose of ambrisentan (2.
A total of 383 patients with idiopathic PAH or PAH associated with connective tissue disease, HIV infection, or anorexigen use who received at least one dose of ambrisentan (2.
2 Related to (a) Collagen vascular disease (b) Congenital systemic-to-pulmonary shunts (c) Portal hypertension (d) Human immunodeficiency virus infection (e) Drugs/toxins (1) Anorexigens (2) Other (f) Persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (g) Other 2.
Risk factors for PAH include underlying connective tissue disease, especially limited scleroderma and mixed connective tissue disease, a family history of PAH, the presence of congenital heart disease, and environmental factors such as exposure to anorexigens.
Or should we handle it the way previous anorexigens were handled, with punitive measures?