Medical Definition of Glyceryl iodide

1. An organic form of iodine which slowly liberates iodine in the body after oral administration. Used primarily as an expectorant/mucolytic. Synonym: 3-iodo-1,2-propanediol, gamma-iodopropyleneglycol. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glyceryl Iodide

glycerophospholipids
glycerophosphoric
glycerophosphoric acid
glycerophosphorylcholine
glycerophosphorylcholine synthetase
glycerous
glyceroxide
glyceroxides
glycerulose
glyceryl
glyceryl alcohol
glyceryl borate
glyceryl ester
glyceryl ethers
glyceryl guaiacolate
glyceryl iodide (current term)
glyceryl monostearate
glyceryl triacetate
glyceryl tributyrate
glyceryl tricaprate
glyceryl trinitrate
glyceryl trinitrate reductase
glycerylphosphorylcholine
glyceryls
glycide
glycides
glycidic
glycidol
glycidols
glycidyl

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