camphorated parachlorophenol

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cam·phor·a·ted par·a·chlor·o·phe·nol

(kam'fŏr-āt-ĕd par'ă-klōr-ō-fē'nol)
Combination of parachlorophenol and camphor used in endodontics as an intracanal medication.

camphorated parachlorophenol (per´əklôr´ōfē´nol),

n a mixture of 35% parachlorophenol and 65% camphor; used to treat root canals and periapical infections.
Campylobacter a microorganism associated with progressive periodontal destruction and refractory forms of periodontitis.
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