n. (plural of corticosteroid English)
- redirect Corticosteroid
Usage examples of "corticosteroids".
In a little under sixteen weeks they tried corticosteroids, L-aspiraginase, cytosine arabinoside, massive irradiation, and mercrystate crystals, with no more success than they'd expected, which was none and negatory.
And we may be able to use a chemical agent similar to corticosteroids to reduce swelling.
Ninety quants of corticosteroids, and three quants of Texteroxide will be delivered via runabout to Voyager, docking pylon BVO-nine-hundred.
Stress is frequently measured by the amount of corticosteroids and catecholamines (adrenalin and nor-adrenalin, for example) found in the blood and urine.
He began to read intensively in the literature on the effects of calcium-binding protein levels, on corticosteroids, on the calcium currents in the hippocampal pyramidal neurons, and on the calcification of the pineal gland.