1,25-di·hy·droxy·cho·le·cal·cif·er·ol .wən-.twen-tē-.fīv-.dī-hī-.dräk-sē-.kō-lə-(.)kal-'sif-ə-.rȯl, -.rōl n CALCITRIOL

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