adverb see iontophoresis

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • iontophoresis — noun (plural iontophoreses) Etymology: New Latin, from ionto ion (from Greek iont , iōn, present participle of ienai) + phoresis Date: 1909 the introduction of an ionized substance (as a drug) through intact skin by the application of a direct… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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