Medical Dictionary

amalgam

noun amal·gam \ə-ˈmal-gəm\

Definition of AMALGAM

:  an alloy of mercury with another metal that is solid or liquid at room temperature according to the proportion of mercury present and is used especially in making tooth cements
March 29, 2015
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