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miconazole

noun mi·con·a·zole \mī-ˈkä-nə-ˌzōl\

Definition of MICONAZOLE

:  an antifungal agent C18H14Cl4N2O used especially in the form of its nitrate

Origin of MICONAZOLE

micon- (perhaps part blend, part alteration of myc- and New Latin Monilia, a genus of fungi) + imidazole
First Known Use: 1970

miconazole

noun mi·con·a·zole \mī-ˈkän-ə-ˌzōl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MICONAZOLE

:  an antifungal agent administered especially in the form of its nitrate C18H14Cl4N2O·HNO3—see micatin

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