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Medical Term:

sealant

Pronunciation: se'lant

Definition:

  1. A material used to effect an airtight closure.
  2. Substance applied to a damaged organ to affect homeostasis, to curtail other leakage, or to facilitate prolonged drug delivery to a limited area.
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