A long-acting sulfonamide that is rapidly absorbed after oral administration and is slowly excreted by the kidney; it accumulates in the tissue and requires lower doses to attain effective tissue concentrations than do the other sulfonamides.

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sul·fa·di·me·thox·ine (sul″fə-di″mə-thokґsēn) [USP] a long-acting sulfonamide, used as a veterinary antibacterial in a variety of infections; administered orally.

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