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clotrimazole

noun clo·tri·ma·zole \klō-ˈtrī-mə-ˌzōl, -ˌzl\

Definition of CLOTRIMAZOLE

:  an antifungal agent C22H17ClN2

Origin of CLOTRIMAZOLE

probably from International Scientific Vocabulary chlor- + tri- + imidazole
First Known Use: 1970

clotrimazole

noun clo·tri·ma·zole \klō-ˈtrī-mə-ˌzōl, -ˌzl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CLOTRIMAZOLE

:  an antifungal agent C22H17ClN2 used to treat candida infections, tinea, and ringworm—see lotrimin

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