resolvent

disperses swelling

Resolvent

Promotes the resolving and removing of swellings & abnormal growths, such as a tumour.
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Resolvent

Re·solv'ent (- e nt) adjective Having power to resolve; causing solution; solvent.
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Resolvent

Re·solv'ent noun [ Latin resolvens , present participle of resolvere : confer French résolvant . See Resolve .] 1. That which has the power of resolving, or causing solution; a solvent. 2. (Medicine) That which has power to disperse inflammatory or...
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resolvent

1. That which has the power of resolving, or causing solution; a solvent. ... 2. <medicine> That which has power to disperse inflammatory or other tumours; a discutient; anything which aids the absorption of effused products. ... 3. <mathematics> An equation upon whose solution the solution of a given pproblem depends. ... Origin: L. Re...
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resolvent

(re-zol´vәnt) promoting resolution or the dissipation of a pathologic growth. an agent that promotes resolution.
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Resolvent

• (n.) That which has power to disperse inflammatory or other tumors; a discutient; anything which aids the absorption of effused products. • (a.) Having power to resolve; causing solution; solvent. • (n.) An equation upon whose solution the solution of a given pproblem depends. • (n.) That which has the power of resolving, or c...
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resolvent

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-zol′vĕnt Definitions: 1. Causing resolution. 2. An agent that arrests an inflammatory process or causes the absorption of a neoplasm.
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Resolvent

[Galois theory] These three resolvents have the property of being always separable, which means that, if they have a multiple root, then the polynomial p is not irreducible. It is not known if there is an always separable resolvent for every group of permutations. For every equation the roots may be expressed in terms of radicals and of a r...
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