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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5% solution of gentian violet, which is effective, but highly visible, exposing treated patients to social stigma.
The effects of hydrocolloid dressing and gentian violet on radiation-induced moist desquamation wound healing.
The deceptively simple form of the works and the carelessness with which they appear to have been installed add fragility and precariousness to Cabelo's powerful themes of life and death; the gentian violet itself will slowly fade.
For instance, Gram's gentian violet solution was found to be unstable (ie, dye precipitated out of the solution within a few weeks).
A very mild solution of either chromic acid or gentian violet can be applied to the infected areas.
Vi) (1 Gentian Violet,Bleaching Powder,Bleaching Powder,Soda Lime,Borax Glycerin,Tab.
The purple crocuses tie in with the "purple pinkey" campaign which is so-called because children dip their finger into gentian violet to show that they have been vaccinated.
If you caught ring worm this involved the stigma of having your head painted vivid gentian violet.
The positive control was gentian violet at 250 [micro]g/ml and the negative control was solvent plus medium.
Many antibiotics or antiseptic agents used in ototopical therapy have been implicated as having ototoxic potential when tested in animals, including gentian violet, acetic acid, ethanol, and chlorhexidine, among others.
IP, Compound Benzoic Acid + Salicylic Acid Ointment IP, Gentian Violet IP, Metronidazole Tab.
I researched the case and discovered that a weird tall figure that looked as if he'd been dunked in Gentian Violet had been seen by many people across Liverpool, from the 1960s at least.
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to investigate the safety and efficacy of lemon juice and lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus) in the treatment of oral thrush in HIV/AIDS patients when compared with the control group using gentian violet aqueous solution 0.