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collyrium

 [kŏ-lir´e-um] (pl. colly´ria) (L.)
a lotion for the eyes; an eye wash.

col·lyr·i·um

(ko-lir'ē-ŭm),
Originally, any preparation for the eye; now, an eyewash.
[G. kollyrion, poultice, eye salve]

collyrium

/col·lyr·i·um/ (kŏ-lir´e-um) pl. colly´ria   [L.] a lotion for the eyes; an eye wash.

collyrium

(kə-lîr′ē-əm)
n. pl. collyr·iums or collyr·ia (-ē-ə)
A medicinal lotion applied to the eye; eyewash.

collyrium

[kolir′ē·əm]
an eyewash or an ophthalmic liquid containing medications to be instilled into the eye.

col·lyr·i·um

(kŏ-lir'ē-ŭm)
An eyewash; originally, any preparation for the eye.
[G. kollyrion, poultice, eye salve]

collyrium 

An eye lotion. It does not, usually, contain any ocular medication. Example: physiological saline.

collyrium

an eyewash; a lotion for the eyes.
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