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diethylcarbamazine

noun di·eth·yl·car·bam·a·zine \ˌdī-ˌe-thəl-kär-ˈba-mə-ˌzēn, -zən\

Definition of DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE

:  an anthelmintic administered in the form of its crystalline citrate C10H21N3O·C6H8O7 especially to control human filariasis and large nematodes (as heartworms) in dogs and cats

Origin of DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE

di- + ethyl + carboxy- + amide + azine
First Known Use: 1948

diethylcarbamazine

noun di·eth·yl·car·bam·azine \ˌdī-ˌeth-əl-kär-ˈbam-ə-ˌzēn, -zən\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE

:  an anthelmintic derived from piperazine and administered in the form of its crystalline citrate C10H21N3O·C6H8O7 especially to control filariasis in humans and large roundworms in dogs and cats

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