escharotic

adjective
es·cha·rot·ic | \ˌe-skə-ˈrä-tik \

Definition of escharotic 

: producing an eschar

Other Words from escharotic

escharotic noun

First Known Use of escharotic

1612, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for escharotic

French or Late Latin; French escharotique, from Late Latin escharoticus, from Greek escharōtikos, from escharoun to form an eschar, from eschara eschar

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escharotic

adjective
es·cha·rot·ic | \ˌes-kə-ˈrät-ik \

Medical Definition of escharotic 

(Entry 1 of 2)

: producing an eschar

escharotic

noun

Medical Definition of escharotic (Entry 2 of 2)

: an escharotic agent (as a drug)

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