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noun al·ben·da·zole \ˌal-ˈben-də-ˌzōl\

Medical Definition of albendazole

  1. :  a broad-spectrum, anthelmintic drug C12H15N3O2S used especially to treat infections of humans and domestic animals that are caused by larvae of various tapeworms and nematodes Albendazole is a potent parasite killer used to treat neurocysticercosis, or brain tapeworm.—Deborah Nelson, The Washington Post, 18 Dec. 2000

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