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

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Medical pelvic congestion syndrome treatment includes danazol, psychotherapy, progestin, phlebotonics, gonadotropins receptor agonists (GnRH) which is done by hormone replacement therapy, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and dihydroergotamine.
In a nonrandomized single-center trial of danazol versus sports bra, 85% of women reported relief of their breast pain with bra alone (vs 58% with danazol).
Estrogen, danazol and GnRH are used in hormonal therapy.
If pdC1-INH is not available, attenuated oral androgen danazol 5 mg/kg/day or 10 mL/kg solvent detergent plasma (SDP) can be administered (14).
Of the 25/40 patients (67.5%) who required medications for specific treatment during attacks, 5 were not able to access the appropriate therapy for this purpose, and had the dose of tranexamic acid, danazol, or oxandrolone increased during attacks.
There is no consensus regarding whether the postoperative danazol could reduce the recurrence rate.[5],[17] Muzii et al .[18] reported that the periodic or continuous use of oral contraceptive pills (OCPs) could significantly reduce the recurrence rate of EM 24 months after surgery.
Progestogens, danazol, oral contraceptive pills and gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) analogs have been tried with partial response and recurrence when these drugs are discontinued.
Patients with ERpositive breast disease responded better to danazol than patients with ER-negative breast disease in a study conducted by Khanna and colleagues.
Participants were to not have consumed chamomile in the previous four weeks, and have no regular intake of aspirin, anti-inflammatory medications, danazol, bromocriptine, or tamoxifen.
We are limited to the use of 17[alpha]-alkylated androgens such as danazol and the antifibrinolytics such as tranexamic acid.
Danazol is an isoxazole of testosterone with weak androgenic activity and no oestrogenic activity.