methyltestosterone

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meth·yl·tes·tos·ter·one

 (mĕth′əl-tĕs-tŏs′tə-rōn′)
n.
A synthetic methylated derivative of testosterone, C20H30O2, used to treat deficiency of natural testosterone in men and metastatic breast cancer in menopausal women, and also used in combination with esterified estrogens in hormone replacement therapy.

meth•yl•tes•tos•ter•one

(ˌmɛθ əl tɛˈstɒs təˌroʊn)

n.
a synthetic androgenic steroid drug, C20H30O2, used for its anabolic properties in males in the treatment of androgen-deficiency disease states, and in females in the treatment of breast cancer.
[1935–40]
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Noun1.methyltestosterone - an androgenic compound contained in drugs that are used to treat testosterone deficiency and female breast cancer and to stimulate growth and weight gain
androgen, androgenic hormone - male sex hormone that is produced in the testes and responsible for typical male sexual characteristics
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