Recent Examples of cortisone from the Web
When cortisone shots failed to help much, a type of ligament reconstruction seemed a logical next step.
At any rate, cortisone injections are a form of treatment when back pain is referred, signifying a disk injury.
The initial MRI, cortisone shot and doctor visit cost her $3,000 because her health plan requires her to shell out $5,000 before insurer payments kick in.
Celebrities are wont to get cortisone shots before movie premieres or charity galas.
Anderson underwent an MRI and examination by team physician William Raasch on Friday and also got a cortisone shot to help reduce some of the inflammation.
Before surgery, Jersey had received three cortisone shots to alleviate the pain, which impaired her ability to use her hand to grasp, pinch or twist.
After receiving a cortisone injection last week to temper bursitis in his right shoulder, right-hander Mike Wright is scheduled to report to Sarasota to begin his rehab there.
Athletics: Starting righthander Andrew Triggs, on the 10-day DL with a strained left hip, received a second opinion and was scheduled for a cortisone injection.
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Origin and Etymology of cortisone
First Known Use: 1949See Words from the same year
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Definition of cortisone for English Language Learners
medical : a hormone that is used to treat arthritis and other diseases
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