clomiphene

clomiphene

[klom-uh-feen, kloh-muh-]
noun Pharmacology.
a substance, C 26 H 28 ClNO, used for inducing ovulation in certain infertile women.

Origin:
1960–65; c(h)lo(ro)-2 + (a)mi(ne) + phen(yl), extracted from the chemical name

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clomiphene (ˈkləʊmɪˌfiːn)
 
n
a drug that stimulates the production of egg cells in the ovary: used to treat infertility in women

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clomiphene clom·i·phene (klŏm'ə-fēn, klō'mə-)
n.
A synthetic drug that is used to stimulate ovulation.

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