methyl-testosterone

methyltestosterone

[meth-uhl-te-stos-tuh-rohn]
noun Pharmacology.
a synthetic androgenic steroid drug, C 2 0 H 3 0 O 2 , used for its anabolic properties in males in the treatment of hypogonadism and other androgen-deficiency disease states, and in females in the treatment of breast cancer.

Origin:
1935–40; methyl + testosterone

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methyltestosterone meth·yl·tes·tos·ter·one (měth'əl-těs-tŏs'tə-rōn')
n.
A synthetic methyl derivative of testosterone used in the treatment of male sex hormone deficiency.

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