ethynodiol diacetate

ethynodiol diacetate
eth·y·no·di·ol diacetate .eth-i-nō-'dī-.ōl-, -.ȯl- n a synthetic progestogen C24H32O4 used esp. in birth control pills usu. in combination with an estrogen

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ethy·no·di·ol di·ac·e·tate (ə-thi″no-diґol) [USP] a progestational agent used in combination with an estrogen as an oral contraceptive.

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