ketoconazole

[kee-toh-koh-nuh-zohl, -zawl]
noun Pharmacology.
a synthetic substance, C 26 H 28 Cl 2 N 4 O 4 , used to treat a variety of fungal infections.

Origin:
keto- + -con- of uncertain derivation + azole

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ketoconazole ke·to·co·na·zole (kē'tō-kō'nə-zōl')
n.
An antifungal agent effective on a variety of fungi and used to treat systemic and topical fungal infections.

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