chlorphenoxamine chlor·phen·ox·a·mine (klôr’fěn-ŏk’sə-mēn’)
A hydrochloride used in the treatment of idiopathic, arteriosclerotic, and postencephalitic Parkinsonism, usually with the concomitant administration of other anti-Parkinsonian agents.


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