mesalamine

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me·sal·a·mine

 (mə-săl′ə-mēn′)
n.
A salicylate drug derived from sulfasalazine, C7H7NO3, used primarily to treat inflammatory bowel disease.

Translations

mesalamine

(USAN), mesalazine (INN) n mesalamina, mesalazina (INN)
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