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vi·ta·min P

a mixture of bioflavonoids extracted from plants (especially citrus fruits). It reduces the permeability and fragility of capillaries and is useful in the treatment of certain cases of purpura that are resistant to vitamin C therapy.
See also: hesperidin, quercetin, rutin.

citrin

[sit′rin]
Etymology: Gk, kitron, citron
a crystalline flavonoid concentrate that is used as a source of bioflavonoid.

vi·ta·min P

(vītă-min)
Mixture of plant bioflavonoids (especially citrus fruits); reduces permeability and fragility of capillaries and is useful in treatment of some cases of purpura that are resistant to vitamin C therapy.

citrin (sit´rin),

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