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Drugs for Acromegaly


A comprehensive list of drugs used to treat Acromegaly are listed here. View list of drugs used to treat 'Acromegaly' . Click below on the listed drug to know more and this includes the brand name(s), price of the drug, its dosage, side-effects, adverse events, how and when should it be taken.
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Generic and Trade Names of Drugs for Treatment of Acromegaly

For the convenience of the medical practitioners we have listed both the generic name and the multiple brand names of the drugs for Acromegaly.

Lanreotide

Lanreotide is a somatostatin analog, prescribed for acromegaly.
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Pegvisomant

Pegvisomant is a growth hormone receptor antagonist, prescribed for acromegaly in people who have not responded to other therapies.


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Acromegaly (Greek-enlargements of the extremities) is a hormonal disorder resulting from excessive production of the growth hormone by the pituitary gland after puberty, often referred as gigantism.
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