emulgent


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emulgent

 [e-mul´jent]
1. causing a straining or purifying process.
2. old term for an agent that stimulates flow of bile or urine.

e·mul·gent

(ē-mŭl'jent),
Denoting a straining, extracting, or purifying process.
[L. e- mulgeo, pp. -mulsus, to milk out, drain out]

emulgent

/emul·gent/ (e-mul´jint) causing a straining or purifying process.

emulgent

1. effecting a straining or purifying process.
2. a renal artery or vein.
3. a medicine that stimulates bile or urine flow.