danazol

danazol

[dey-nuh-zawl, -zol]
noun Pharmacology.
a synthetic androgenic steroid, C 22 H 27 NO 2 , used in the treatment of endometriosis that is responsive to hormonal management.

Origin:
contraction of the chemical name

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