benzoylecgonine

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ben·zo·ylec·gon·ine

(ben'zō-il-ek'gō-nēn),
A metabolite of cocaine produced by hydrolysis; it can be detected in urine.
Synonym(s): ecgonine benzoate
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benzoylecgonine

The major metabolite of cocaine which is detected in the urine of persons who have recently abused the drug. Benzoylecognine is the cocaine metabolite most often measured in toxicology.
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benzoylecgonine

Toxicology The major metabolite of cocaine which is detectable in the urine. See Cocaine.
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