sulfinpyrazone

[suhl-fin-pir-uh-zohn]
noun Pharmacology.
a substance, C 2 3 H 2 0 N 2 O 3 S, used in the treatment of chronic gout.

Origin:
1955–60; sulfin(yl) + pyraz(ole) + -one

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sulfinpyrazone sul·fin·pyr·a·zone (sŭl'fĭn-pĭr'ə-zōn')
n.
A drug that is related to phenylbutazone, promotes urinary excretion of uric acid, and is used to treat gout.

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Probenecid is taken two to three times a day, and sulfinpyrazone begins at twice a day and increases to three or four times daily.
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