protargol


protargol
protàrgōl m <G protargóla>
DEFINICIJA
farm. zast. prašak, tamnožute boje, bjelančevinsko srebro; koristio se za liječenje gonoreje
ETIMOLOGIJA
prot- + grč. argýrion: srebro + -ol

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