methantheline
/me than"theuh leen'/, n. Pharm.
a compound, C21H26BrNO3, used in the form of its bromide in the treatment of excessive sweating and salivation, peptic ulcer, stomach cramps, and other conditions resulting from nerve dysfunction.
[METH- + (X)ANTH- + -E(NE) + (CARBONY)L + -INE2]

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