iodized oil


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iodized oil

[ī·ə‚dīzd ′ȯil]
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A thick, viscous, oily liquid with a garliclike odor that is an iodine addition product of vegetable oil, containing about 40% organically combined iodine; used in medicine as a radiopaque medium for radiography.
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