danazol

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danazol

(ˈdænəˌzɒl; ˈdeɪnəˌzɒl)
n
a synthetic male hormone, similar to testosterone, used in the treatment of endometriosis
Translations

da·na·zol

n. danazol, hormona sintética que suprime la acción de la pituitaria anterior.

danazol

n danazol m
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Along with these, anti CD20 antibody, rituximab, Sandimmune, Danocrine, Imuran, Cytoxan, vincristine and other drugs are used as immune thrombocytopenia treatment.
Hammond, "The effect of laparoscopic ablation or danocrine on pregnancy rates in patients with stage I or II endometriosis undergoing donor insemination," Obstetrics & Gynecology, vol.
This reproductive hormone is a synthetic form of a male hormone (androgen) and is available as Danocrine. It is used to treat endometriosis and works by directly suppressing endometrial tissue and suppressing ovarian hormone production.
Oral administration of the gonadotropin inhibitor Danazol as a nanosuspension leads to an absolute bioavailability of 82.3 and the conventional dispersion (Danocrine) only to 5.2%.
I went to several gynecologists whose only offered me the following options: surgery, a male hormone called Danocrine, or to get pregnant.
They were then placed on vaginal danazol (Danocrine) at 100 mg/day
Danocrine stops the release of hormones involved in the menstrual cycle and can relieve symptoms, but is associated with oily skin, acne, weight gain, muscle cramps, fatigue, breast changes and tenderness, headaches, dizziness, weakness, hot flashes, and a deepened voice.
This reproductive hormone, available as danazol (Danocrine) is also used to treat endometriosis.
The capsules are a generic version of Sanofi-Aventis' Danocrine.
Repeated telephone calls seeking comment on the study were not returned by New York-based Sanofi-Synthelabo Inc., which manufacturers a widely used brand name formulation of danazol called Danocrine.
Lauersen failed to perform a pregnancy test prior to putting a patient on the drug Danocrine, failed to properly screen the patient for her gestational diabetes, and upon delivery of her baby, inappropriately used fundal pressure in the presence of shoulder dystocia which resulted in Erb's palsy.