homatropine

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ho·mat·ro·pine

 (hō-măt′rō-pēn′)
n.
An anticholinergic drug derived from tropine, C16H21NO3, used in its bromide form to dilate the pupil of the eye and in combination with hydrocodone to prevent overdosage of that drug.

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