Monsel's solution

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Mon´sel's so`lu´tion

1.(Med.) An aqueous solution of Monsel's salt, having valuable styptic properties.
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The problem, it turns out, is that aluminum chloride and Monsel's solution (ferric subsulfate) --common topical hemostatics used during the procedure--block the stain from binding tissue.
The hemostatic options were rollerball fulguration, Monsel's solution (ferric subsulfate), silver nitrate, or fulguration combined with either Monsel's solution or silver nitrate.