A drug used alone to treat a disease (opposite of combination therapy).
Treatment involving one drug alone.
treating an infection or disease with one drug or agent. Conventional wisdom now says that monotherapy for treatment against AIDS has a better chance of developing mutant or resistant strains of HIV (see combination therapy).
Chemotherapy with one drug
Taking a drug on its own, as opposed to in combination with other drugs.
a treatment that uses one major drug or one major modality of treatment; androgen deprivation therapy using only an LHRH agonist is an example of monotherapy.
Treatment consisting of a single drug.
Treatment of cancer using one modality (i.e HDR radiation alone for prostate cancer.
Treatment comprised of a single medication
The use of a single therapy in the treatment of a condition, such as Parkinson's disease.
Treatment with one drug, as opposed to combination therapy (ie, the use of two or more drugs).
Therapy with one drug or agent.
Treatment with a single medication.
Treatment with only one drug.
use of a single drug for treatment. Traditionally, monotherapy for chronic HCV infection is interferon alone.
Treatment with a single drug.
the use of a single drug or therapy to treat a disease or condition.
The use of a single prostate cancer treatment, not in conjunction with another therapy.
The use of a single drug or other therapy.
A treatment strategy in which only one drug is administered, instead of multiple drugs in combination. This strategy is often used to reduce drug toxicity and to address or avoid side effects.