[mer-kyoo r-uh-krohm] /mərˈkyʊər əˌkroʊm/

Pharmacology, Trademark.
a brand of .
trademark a solution of merbromin, used as a topical antibacterial agent

Mercurochrome Mer·cu·ro·chrome (mər-kyur’ə-krōm’)

A trademark used for a solution of merbromin.


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