Sulfobromophthalein sodium



sulfobromophthalein sodium sul·fo·bro·mo·phthal·ein sodium (sŭl’fə-brō’mō-thāl’ēn’, -thāl’ē-ĭn)
n.
A triphenylmethane derivative that is excreted by the liver and is used in testing hepatic function. Also called bromosulfophthalein, bromsulfophthalein.

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