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Other common names: Barazan, Chibroxin, Chibroxol, Esclebin, Floxacin, Floxinol, Fulgram, Grenis, Lexinor, Microxin, Norflox, Norfloxacino, Noroxin, Oranor, Respexil, Sebercim, Urisold, Uroflox, Urotem, Uroxacin, Utinor, Vicnas, Zoroxin, Norfloxacin (generic name).
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