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Appetite stimulants 

Appetite stimulants
Appetite stimulants

Florian Strasser

and David Blum

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date: 24 September 2020

Chapter 7 focuses primarily on the effect of corticosteroids and progestins, which are the most commonly used appetite stimulants in clinical practice, even though their mechanism of action is unclear, as well as on newer agents on appetite.

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