iopanoic acid i·o·pa·no·ic acid (ī’ə-pə-nō’ĭk)
A radiopaque iodine compound used as a contrast medium in cholecystography.
iophendylate i·o·phen·dyl·ate (ī’ə-fěn’dl-āt’) n. An absorbable iodized fatty acid of low viscosity used for roentgenography of the spinal cord, biliary tree, sinuses, and body cavities.
noun a fear of poison Word Origin Greek ios ‘poison’
1. a suffix of comparatives appearing in words of Latin origin: superior; ulterior; junior. immature oocyte retrieval