Medical Dictionary

dyphylline

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noun dy·phyl·line \dī-ˈfil-ˌēn\

Medical Definition of dyphylline

  1. :  a theophylline derivative C10H14N4O4 used as a diuretic and for its bronchodilator and peripheral vasodilator effects—called also hyphylline


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