conglutinant


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conglutinant

 [kon-gloo´tĭ-nant]
1. promoting union, such as of the edges of a wound.
2. an adhesive used for this purpose.
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con·glu·ti·nant

(kon-glū'ti-nant),
Adhesive, promoting the union of a wound.
[L. con-glutino, pp. -atus, to glue together, fr. gluten, glue]
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con·glu·ti·nant

(kŏn-glū'ti-nănt)
Adhesive, promoting the union of a wound.
[L. con-glutino, pp. -atus, to glue together, fr. gluten, glue]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012