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montelukast

[ mon-tl-oo-kast ]
/ ˌmɒn tlˈu kæst /
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noun Pharmacology.
a type of oral drug containing a leukotriene inhibitor, used in the treatment of asthma and seasonal allergies.
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Medical definitions for montelukast

montelukast
[ mŏn′tə-lōōkăst ]

n.
A leukotriene receptor antagonist that reduces the inflammatory response and is used to treat asthma.
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