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mag·is·tral

(maj'is-trăl),
Denoting a preparation compounded according to a physician's prescription, in contrast to officinal (derived from a pharmacist's stock).
[L. magister, master]
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magistral

(măj′ĭ-strəl)
adj.
Prepared as specified by a physician's prescription. Used of medicine.
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mag·is·tral

(maj'is-trăl)
Denoting a preparation compounded according to a physician's prescription, in contrast to officinal (derived from a pharmacist's stock).
[L. magister, master]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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