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pyrazolone

[ pi-raz-uh-lohn, pahy- ]
/ pɪˈræz əˌloʊn, paɪ- /
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noun Chemistry.

any of the group of heterocyclic compounds containing the pyrazoline ring in which one carbon atom is doubly linked to an oxygen atom not in the ring.
the parent compound, C3H4N2O.

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Origin of pyrazolone

First recorded in 1885–90; pyrazole + -one
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Medical definitions for pyrazolone

pyrazolone
[ pĭ-răzə-lōn′ ]

n.

A class of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents, such as phenylbutazone, used in the treatment of arthritis.
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