Medical Dictionary


noun, often attrib \ˈgōld\

Medical Definition of GOLD

:  a malleable ductile yellow metallic element that occurs chiefly free or in a few minerals and is used especially in coins, jewelry, and dentures and in the form of its salts (as gold sodium thiomalate) especially in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis—symbol Au; see element table
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