polyestradiol phosphate


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polyestradiol phosphate

 [pol″e-es″trah-di´ol]
a polymer of estradiol phosphate having estrogenic activity similar to that of estradiol; used in the palliative therapy of prostatic carcinoma.
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The estrogen regimen was 160 mg of polyestradiol phosphate intramuscularly every month during the first 3 months, then 80 mg monthly, plus 1 mg of ethinylestradiol orally for 2 weeks, followed by 150 [micro]g daily.