Goulard's extract

noun
Gou·​lard's extract | \ (ˈ)gü¦lärdz-\

Definition of Goulard's extract

: an aqueous solution of lead subacetate applied to bruises and sprains

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History and Etymology for Goulard's extract

after Thomas Goulard †1784 French surgeon

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