Medical Dictionary


noun ol·sal·a·zine \ōl-ˈsal-ə-ˌzēn\

Medical Definition of OLSALAZINE

:  a disodium salicylate salt C14H8N2Na2O6 that is administered orally and is converted in the body to an aminosalicylic acid having an anti-inflammatory effect used in the treatment of ulcerative colitis—called also olsalazine sodium


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