alprazolam

[al-prey-zuh-lam]
noun Pharmacology.
a potent benzodiazepine, C 17 H 13 CIN 4 , used in the treatment of certain anxiety states.

Origin:
laboratory coinage of unexplained orig.

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alprazolam al·pra·zo·lam (āl-prā'zə-lām')
n.
A benzodiazepine tranquilizer that is used in the management of anxiety disorders.

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