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clo·faz·i·mine klō-'fäz-ə-.mēn, -mən n a reddish brown powdered dye C27H22Cl2N4 that is a derivative of phenazine used esp. to treat lepromatous leprosy and to treat tuberculosis in AIDS patients caused by bacteria of the Mycobacterium avium complex

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clo·faz·i·mine (klo-fazґĭ-mēn) [USP] an antibacterial, having leprostatic and tuberculostatic actions.

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