Definitions for "Adjuvant"
A substance added to an immunogenic agent to enhance the production of antibodies.
A substance added to a formulation of a drug which enhances the effect of the active ingredient.
An ingredient, in a prescription, which aids or modifies the action of the principal ingredient.
an additional treatment used to increase the effectiveness of the primary therapy; radiation  therapy is often used as an adjuvant treatment after a radical prostatectomy if the surgical margins are involved by PC
Asubstance that aids another; for example, a medication given inconjunction with another therapy to make that therapy more effective.
In breast cancer, adjuvant treatment is given in addition to your primary or initial treatment (surgery with or without radiation) to help prevent or delay cancer cells from multiplying.
Glycoprotein Pharmacokinetics
Glycoprotein Nausea
Hepatic Paclitaxel
Hepatitis Sarcoidosis
Keywords:  plicamycin
Keywords:  phagosomes
Keywords:  extrapyramidal
Keywords:  filgrastim
Hyperthermia Preclinical
Keywords:  phagocytosis
Hemorrhage Photochemotherapy
Keywords:  gynecology, perineal
Gynecology Perineal
Keywords:  febrile, pharmacologic
Febrile Pharmacologic
Keywords:  palliative, fibroblasts
Fibroblasts Palliative
Keywords:  exogenous, polypeptide
Exogenous Polypeptide
an enabling agent, which increases a person's susceptibility to other allergens and immunogens
A drug that has a purpose other than pain control, but may be added alone or with other pain medicines to control pain.
A substance that, when added to a medicinal agent, speeds or improves its action (auxiliary remedy).
Keywords:  hematology, prevalence
Hematology Prevalence
Keywords:  hematoma, phosphorous
Hematoma Phosphorous
Keywords:  ganglia, paralysis
Ganglia Paralysis
Keywords:  plexus, induction
Induction Plexus
Keywords:  gastrinoma, oral
Gastrinoma Oral
Keywords:  phonation, extremity
Extremity Phonation
Keywords:  genotype, polyethylene
Genotype Polyethylene
relating to something that is added but is not essential; "an ancillary pump"; "an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism"; "The mind and emotions are auxilliary to each other"
Keywords:  herpes, potassium
Herpes Potassium
Helping; helpful; assisting.
An assistant.
Assisting in the prevention, improvement, or cure of disease.
Keywords:  latin, goal, reach, entire, definition
The Latin "adjuvans" means to help, particularly to reach a goal. See the entire definition of Adjuvant
serving to aid or contribute; involving the use of, or functioning as, a medical adjuvant (the action of a certain bacteria).