sulfadiazine (sulphadiazine) (sul-fă-dy-ă-zeen) n. a drug (see sulphonamide) administered by mouth or injection (in combination with pyrimethamine) to treat toxoplasmosis and applied as a cream (in the form of silver sulfadiazine, Flamazine) to treat infected burns.
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