Absorbable gelatin film



absorbable gelatin film

absorbable gelatin film ab·sorb·a·ble gelatin film (əb-sôr’bə-bəl, -zôr’-)
n.
A sterile, nonantigenic, absorbable, water-insoluble film, used in the closure and repair of defects in membranes.

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