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BAL

 
British antilewisite; see dimercaprol.

BAL

BAL

dimercaprol (British antilewisite).

BAL

abbr.
British anti-lewisite

BAL

1 abbreviation for British antilewisite. See dimercaprol.
2 abbreviation for bronchoalveolar lavage.

BAL

1. Blood alcohol level, see there.
2. Bronchoalveolar lavage, see there.

BAL

Abbreviation for British anti-Lewisite; bronchoalveolar lavage.

BAL

Abbrev. for British antilewisite, or DIMERCAPROL.

Dimercaprol (BAL)

A chemical agent used to remove excess lead from the body.
Mentioned in: Lead Poisoning

BAL

British antilewisite. See dimercaprol.
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