DIACHYLON OU DIACHYLUM


DIACHYLON OU DIACHYLUM
n. m.

T. de Pharmacie

Emplâtre considéré comme résolutif et dans lequel il entre des substances mucilagineuses.

Toile de diachylon, ou simplement Diachylon, Toile sur laquelle on étend le diachylon et qui se colle aux parties sur lesquelles on l’applique. Bandelettes de diachylon.

L'Academie francaise. 1935.

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  • diachylon — /duy ak euh lon /, n. Med. an adhesive plaster consisting chiefly of litharge and oil, used in the treatment of wounds and excoriations. Also, diachylum /duy ak euh leuhm/. [1275 1325; < L < Gk diáchylon (something) made of juices, equiv. to dia… …   Universalium

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  • diachylon — /daɪˈækəlɒn/ (say duy akuhlon) noun an adhesive plaster consisting essentially of lead oxide and oil. Also, diachylum. {Latin, from Greek dia chȳlon (something) made of juices; also Latin diachȳlum, whence English spelling with um; replacing… …   Australian English dictionary


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