bucrylate

bu·cry·late

(byū'kri-lāt),
A tissue adhesive used in surgery.
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The principal approaches to treatment in the newborn involve attempts to eliminate the high flow through the vascular lesion, either by arterial embolization, usually with a liquid adhesive agent (such as bucrylate or a related polymerizing compound) or microcoils, or by venous embolization, with placement of metal coils.