Medical Definition of Sodium sulforicinate

1. Sodium sulforicinoleate, made by combining castor oil, sulfuric acid, and sodium hydroxide and chloride; used as a solvent for iodine, iodoform, resorcinol, pyrogallol, and a number of other substances for external use. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodium Sulforicinate

sodium pyrosulfite
sodium radioisotopes
sodium rhodanate
sodium ricinoleate
sodium salicylate
sodium selenite
sodium silicate
sodium silicofluoride
sodium soap
sodium sorbate
sodium stearate
sodium sulfate
sodium sulfite
sodium sulfocarbolate
sodium sulfocyanate
sodium sulforicinate (current term)
sodium sulphate
sodium sulphite
sodium tartrate
sodium taurocholate
sodium tetraborate
sodium tetradecyl sulfate
sodium thiocyanate
sodium thiopental
sodium thiosulfate
sodium thiosulphate
sodium tripolyphosphate
sodium tungstoborate
sodium vapor lamp
sodium vapour lamp

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