Medical Dictionary

alligation

noun al·li·ga·tion \ˌal-ə-ˈgā-shən\

Medical Definition of ALLIGATION

:  a process or rule for the solution of problems concerning the compounding or mixing of ingredients differing in price or quality: a :  one applied when a definite mixture is required—called also alligation alternate b :  one applied when the price or quality of the mixture is to be determined—called also alligation medial
April 21, 2015
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