carbolfuchsin solution


carbolfuchsin solution
see carbolfuchsin.

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  • Kinyoun carbolfuchsin solution — Kinyoun carbolfuchsin. See also Kinyoun staining method, at Table of Stains and Staining Methods, under stain …   Medical dictionary

  • Ziehl-Neelsen carbolfuchsin solution — Ziehl Neelsen carbolfuchsin. See also Ziehl Neelsen staining method, at Table of Stains and Staining Methods, under stain …   Medical dictionary

  • carbolfuchsin paint — pānt n a solution containing boric acid, phenol, resorcinol, and fuchsin in acetone, alcohol, and water that is applied externally in the treatment of fungal infections of the skin called also Castellani s paint …   Medical dictionary

  • carbolfuchsin — car·bol·fuch·sin .kär (.)bäl fyük sən, (.)bȯl n a mixture of an aqueous solution of phenol and an alcoholic solution of fuchsin used as a stain in microscopy esp. in staining bacteria * * * car·bol·fuch·sin (kahr″bol fūkґsin) basic… …   Medical dictionary

  • carbolfuchsin topical solution — [USP] a dark purple solution containing basic fuchsin, phenol, resorcinol, acetone, alcohol, and purified water; used as a topical antifungal in the treatment of dermatophytosis, tinea, and other skin infections. Called also Castellani paint …   Medical dictionary

  • carbolfuchsin — ˌkärˌbälˈfyüksə̇n, bȯl also ˈfyüshə̇n or ˈfüksə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: carbol + fuchsin : a mixture of aqueous solution of phenol and alcoholic solution of fuchsine used as a stain in microscopy especially in staining bacteria …   Useful english dictionary

  • carbolfuchsin paint — noun : a solution containing boric acid, phenol, resorcinol, and fuchsine in acetone, alcohol, and water and applied externally in the treatment of fungous infections of the skin called also Castellani s paint …   Useful english dictionary

  • Castellani paint — carbolfuchsin topical solution …   Medical dictionary

  • basic fuchsin — [USP] a triphenylmethane dye, a mixture of rosaniline and pararosaniline hydrochlorides and magenta II, used in the form of carbolfuchsin in various stains for acid fast bacteria, as an antifungal agent in carbolfuchsin topical solution, as a… …   Medical dictionary