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taeniafuge

 [te´ne-ah-fūj″]
an agent that expels tapeworms; called also teniafuge.
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te·ni·a·fuge

(tē'nē-ă-fūj'),
An agent that causes the expulsion of tapeworms.
Synonym(s): tenifuge
[L. taenia, tapeworm, + fugo, to put to flight]
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teniafuge

(tē′nē-ə-fyo͞oj′)
n.
Variant of taeniafuge.
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te·ni·a·fuge

(tē'nē-ă-fūj')
An agent that causes the expulsion of tapeworms. Also called tenifuge.
[L. taenia, tapeworm, + fugo, to put to flight]
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