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Adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors

What are Adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors?

Adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors are drugs that inhibit key steps in the biosynthesis of hormones produced by the adrenal cortex, such as mineralocorticoids, glucocorticoids, estrogen and androgen. Adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors block one or more enzymes in the steroid synthesis pathway. They are used to treat Cushing's syndrome and some types of cancers. They are also used as diagnostic tools, such as in procedures to check pituitary function.

List of Adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Recorlev (Pro)
Generic name: levoketoconazole
No reviews
Metopirone (Pro)
Generic name: metyrapone
No reviews
Isturisa (Pro)
Generic name: osilodrostat
No reviews
Generic name: aminoglutethimide
No reviews
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Medical conditions associated with adrenal corticosteroid inhibitors:

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