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A drug of the SSRI class, C20H21FN2O, used in its hydrobromide form to treat depression.

[citalo- (from rearrangement of (ph)t(h)al(ene)c(arbon)i(trile), one of its constituents) + -pram, antidepressant suff. (pr(opyl) + am(ine)).]
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