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Medicamento que habitualmente se usa para reducir el espesor del moco y facilitar su extracción. Asimismo, se usa para invertir el grado de toxicidad producido por dosis altas de acetaminofeno. También se llama N-acetilcisteína y N-acetilo-L-cisteína.

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English: Cancer terms

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