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A synthetic androgen inhibitor used primarily in men for the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia and androgenetic alopecia.

[fin- (alteration of (al)ph(a-reductase) in(hibitor)) + (az)aster(oid), steroid containing azine (alteration of azo- + steroid) + (am)ide.]


n finasterida
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Knowledge of common clinical and radiographic findings as well as awareness of atypical presentations should improve reader confidence.
In this article, the relevant reports in the literature are reviewed, and the role of radiographic findings on tumor diagnosis and on the establishment of a surgery plan is emphasized.
Radiography of the Dog and Cat: Guide to Making and Interpreting Radiographs is a fine guide for any professional looking for detailed specifics for dog and cat care, and provides a key to evaluating radiographic findings.
The role of an accurate identification, in conjunction with symptoms and radiographic findings, is central to understanding the clinical significance of mycobacteria isolated from pathologic specimens.
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) offer veterinary personnel a guide to producing radiographs of dogs and cats and evaluating radiographic findings.
The diagnosis of hydatid cyst of the interventricular septum is difficult because of clinical and radiographic findings may be lacking or nonspecific.
Radiographic findings of mastoiditis range from subtle changes of mastoid air cell opacification to the more profound changes of osseous destruction, subperiosteal abscess formation, coalescent mastoiditis, and, in some cases, venous infarctions as well as parenchymal abscesses (1-3).
Based on the medical history, as well as the clinical and radiographic findings reported previously, differential diagnosis was made between GAP, periodontal manifestations of systemic (e.
Evaluation of radiographic findings in painful hip arthroplasties.
Four institutions participated in the study to compare BSGI/MBI to mammography (MMG) and ultrasound (US) in patients who required diagnostic imaging due to clinical or radiographic findings.