chemobiotic che·mo·bi·ot·ic (kē’mō-bī-ŏt’ĭk, kěm’ō-)
A combination of an antibiotic with a chemotherapeutic agent.
noun a type of cognitive dysfunction caused by chemotherapy, esp. memory or attention deficit; also written chemo-brain , also known as chemo-fog
noun See chemobrain
chemodectoma che·mo·dec·to·ma (kē’mō-děk-tō’mə, kěm’ō-) n. A relatively rare, usually benign tumor originating in chemoreceptor tissue. Also called aortic-body tumor, carotid-body tumor, glomus jugulare tumor, nonchromaffin paraganglioma.
chemocautery che·mo·cau·ter·y (kē’mō-kô’tə-rē, kěm’ō-) n. A chemical substance that destroys tissue to which it is applied.