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Definition of "phenylbutazone" []

  • A white or light yellow compound, C19H20N2O2, formerly used as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic drug in the treatment of arthritis, bursitis, and gout. (noun)

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  • "There has been some tarnish marks along the way in the history of the Kentucky Derby with Dancers Image air jordan shoes becoming the first horse in history - in fact the ONLY horse in history - to be disqualified from winning the Kentucky Derby in 1968 after traces of an anti-inflammatory analgesic drug known as phenylbutazone was found in the analysis very nice post ... enjoyed it very much."
  • "There has been some tarnish marks along the way in the history of the Kentucky Derby with Dancers Image air jordan shoes becoming the first horse in history - in fact the ONLY horse in history - to be disqualified from winning the Kentucky Derby in 1968 after traces of an anti-inflammatory analgesic drug known as phenylbutazone was found in the analysis"
  • "The meat, they say, may be loaded with dangerous chemicals, in large part because of the pharmaceuticals administered to racehorses often the source of horsemeat, such as phenylbutazone, an anti-inflammatory that can cause anemia in humans."