Describe the pharmacology of corticosteroid drugs.
This question was very broad, requiring the discussion of corticosteroid pharmacology. This embraces the pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and pharmaceutics of the drug class. Synthesis from cholesterol and hepatic metabolism was included in better answers. Comparison of mineralocorticoids versus glucocorticoids was expected. The mechanism of action through binding to intracellular receptors to affect protein synthesis should have been described.
Additional marks were awarded for description of indications, preparations and routes of administration. In any pharmacology question, a list of common adverse effects is important. Of particular relevance is the suppression of the adrenal axis with prolonged administration.
Nobody would have thought of writing anything about biosynthesis from cholesterol here, because the question asked about "corticosteroid drugs" specifically, rather than corticosteroid hormones.
The best you can do with a question like this is list some of the common features, and note any of the outliers
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