conglutinant

conglutinant

[kuhn-gloot-n-uhnt, kuhng-]
adjective Medicine/Medical.
promoting the union of a wound's edges.

Origin:
1820–30; < Latin conglūtinant-, stem of conglūtināns, present participle of conglūtināre to make cohere; see conglutinate

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conglutinant (kənˈɡluːtɪnənt)
 
adj
obsolete (of the edges of a wound or fracture) promoting union; adhesive

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conglutinant con·glu·ti·nant (kən-glōōt'n-ənt, kŏn-)
adj.

  1. Promoting union, as of the edges of a wound.

  2. Relating to or characterizing the abnormal adhering of tissues to one another.

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