Melvil Decimal System: 615.364
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Agriculture & Animal Husbandry
Handicraft and Occupations
Pathology; Diseases; Treatment
Gynecology and Pediatrics
Comparative Medicine; Veteraniary
Materia medica; Drugs; Pharmacology
Therapeutics; Action of medicines in general
Administration of medicines
Medicines grouped by effects
Fixed oils and acids
Ferments: diastase, pepsin, etc.
Works under MDS 615.364
- Dhea: A Practical Guide by Ray Sahelian
- DHEA Breakthrough by Stephen Cherniske
- Coping with Prednisone (and Other Cortisone-Related Medicines): It May Work Miracles, but How Do You Handle the Side Effects? by Eugenia Zukerman
- The DHEA Breakthrough by Stephen A. Cherniske
- Coping with Prednisone, Revised and Updated: (*and Other Cortisone-Related Medicines) by Eugenia Zukerman
- Dhea: The Miracle Hormone That Can Help Boost Immunity Increase Energy Lighten your Mo by Maureen Callahan
- DHEA: The Fountain of Youth Discovered - Exploring the Link Between Youth and Aging by Alana Pascal
- FAQs All about DHEA (Freqently Asked Questions) by Ray Sahelian
- Safe Uses of Cortisol by William McK. Jefferies
- Systemic corticosteroids for inflammatory disorders in pediatrics by Rolando Cimaz
- 17-hydroxycorticosteroids : advances in research and application : ScholarlyBrief by Q. Ashton Acton
- 17-Ketosteroids. advances in research and application / ScholarlyBrief by Q. Ashton Acton
- Hydroxycorticosteroids : advances in research and application by Q. Ashton Acton
- Effects of Cortisone treatment in social anxiety disorder by Leila Maria Soravia
- Identification of normoxia-responsive elements in the promoters of the periportally expressed tyrosine aminotransferase (TAT) and serine dehydratase (SerDH) genes by Anatoly Samoylenko
- The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Antenatal Corticosteroid Therapy by James N. Parker
- Safe Uses of Cortisol by William Jefferies
- Prednisone - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Aldosterone by Edith Gláz
- Methylprednisolone - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Adrenaline - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Budesonide - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Aldosterone - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by James N. Parker
- Adrenal steroids and disease by Cuthbert L. Cope
- Metabolism of anabolic androgenic steroids by V. A. Rogozkin
- DHEA and the Brain (Nutrition, Brain, and Behavior) by Robert Morfin
- Corticosteroids and steroid therapy : new research by Carmen Lenora Adkins
- Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) biochemical, physiological and clinical aspects by M. Y. Kalimi
- Glucocorticoids and Mood: Clinical Manifestations, Risk Factors and Molecular Mechanisms (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) by Lewis L. Judd
- DHEA: A Comprehensive Review by H. Nieuwenhu
- Pharmacology of adrenal cortical hormones by Gordon N. Gill
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