gentian violet

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Synonyms for gentian violet

a green crystal (violet in water) used as a dye or stain or bactericide or fungicide or anthelmintic or burn treatment

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Incorrect placement of the graft can be avoided by marking the epithelial surface of the graft with cautery or gentian violet.
The oral antiseptic, Gentian violet could combat the infection in oral cavity.
1 [micro]g/ml, being several times less cytotoxicity than the reference drug, gentian violet ([CC.
Gentian violet exhibits activity against biofilms formed by oral Candida isolates obtained from HIV-infected patients.
Extra mammary Paget's disease Gentamicin Gentian violet lotion Medical conditions 8.
Two other studies found no differences between hydrocolloid dressing and gentian violet.
other concoctions and painting babies' umbilici and mouths with gentian violet.
One patient required daily gentian violet for 14 days, with cure, and three patients were controlled on boric acid three times per week.
His eyes were painted with gentian violet, and his face and hands covered with black tannic acid.
Hastada klinik olarak primer sistemik amiloidoz ve pa-puler musinozis dusunulerek hemotoksilen eozin boyamasi disinda PAS, Masson trikrom, alcian blue, gentian violet, Kongo red boyalariyla da materyalin degerlendirilmesi istendi.
Ask your physician about the drying antifungal solution Gentian violet, since it can be difficult to find in drug stores.
I changed her diet about six weeks ago, and a week ago I began using what is referred to as "purple stuff," a mixture of alcohol, gentian violet and boric acid powder.
Treatment for oral thrush in HIV/AIDS patients with lemon juice and lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) and gentian violet.
I took Atabrine for the malaria and painted my legs with gentian violet as an antiseptic for the jungle rot.
11) Other clinical studies have found clotrimazole to be the most effective antifungal agent in vivo, followed by gentian violet and nystatin.