antituberculotic


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antituberculotic

 [an″te-too-ber″ku-lot´ik]
counteracting tuberculosis.

antituberculotic

/an·ti·tu·ber·cu·lot·ic/ (-too-ber″ku-lot´ik) effective against tuberculosis, or an agent with this quality.
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