- tolonium chloride
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* * *to·lo·ni·um chlo·ride (to-loґne-əm) an antiheparin compound that has been used in the treatment of menstrual disorders, in the detection of oral and gastric carcinomas, and to stain the parathyroid glands. It is a thiazine dye chemically related to methylene blue; when used nonpharmaceutically, it is usually called toluidine blue O (q.v.).
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