Medical Dictionary

ethylstibamine

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noun eth·yl·stib·amine \ˌeth-əl-ˈstib-ə-ˌmēn\

Medical Definition of ethylstibamine

  1. :  a drug complex containing 41 to 44 percent organic pentavalent antimony and formerly used in the treatment of leishmaniasis (as kala-azar) and filariasis—called also neostibosan


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