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thi·a·ben·da·zole

 (thī′ə-bĕn′də-zōl′)
n.
An anthelmintic and fungicide, C10H7N3S, used to treat parasitic worm infections in humans and domestic animals and to control fungal diseases in fruits and vegetables.

[thia(zole) + ben(zo)- + (imi)d(e) + azole.]
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thiabendazole

(ˌθaɪəˈbɛndəˌzəʊl)
n
(Pharmacology) a drug used as an antifungal treatment and as an anthelmintic
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Noun1.thiabendazole - an antifungal agent and anthelmintic
antifungal, antifungal agent, antimycotic, antimycotic agent, fungicide - any agent that destroys or prevents the growth of fungi
anthelminthic, anthelmintic, helminthic, vermifuge - a medication capable of causing the evacuation of parasitic intestinal worms
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thiabendazole

n tiabendazol m
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Thiabendazole, also known as Mintezol, is less effective than Ivermectin.
The third benzimidazole, thiabendazole (Mintezol), was not teratogenic in mice, rats, or rabbits at doses equal to the human dose, but birth defects were seen when it was suspended in olive oil, indicating that it may pose a danger when the patient has a fatty diet.