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"Dehydromorphine" redirects here. It is not to be confused with dihydromorphine.
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Pseudomorphine (also known as oxydimorphine or dehydromorphine) is an inactive, natural dimerisation product of the morphine molecule in tandem and thus a common impurity in morphine concentrations. It was first described by Pelletier in 1835.
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