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baclofen

noun bac·lo·fen \ˈbak-lō-ˌfen\

Definition of BACLOFEN

:  a gamma-aminobutyric acid analog C10H12ClNO2 used as a relaxant of skeletal muscle especially in treating spasticity (as in multiple sclerosis)

Origin of BACLOFEN

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First Known Use: 1978

baclofen

noun bac·lo·fen \ˈbak-lō-ˌfen\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of BACLOFEN

:  a gamma-aminobutyric acid analog C10H12ClNO2 used as a relaxant of skeletal muscle especially in treating spasticity (as in multiple sclerosis)

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