Definition of 'cortisone'
Example sentences containing 'cortisone'
The Sun (2008) THE VIRGIN BLUE (2002)
As the cortisone jab in his troublesome knee continued to settle, he took a minimal part in practice.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
I had to have cortisone shots.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He has undergone two ops on his left ankle and had a cortisone jab during the Ashes tour when he began suffering pain.The Sun (2007)
Your GP can confirm the diagnosis and there should be at least one doctor at the practice experienced at giving cortisone jabs.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The use of cortisone and other hormone based drugs, including oestrogen, upsets the control systems and interferes with a number of nutrients.The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)
A source said: 'He had to have a cortisone jab in his shoulder as he had repetitive strain injury from drumming.The Sun (2007)
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