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A salve consisting of about 20 percent zinc oxide with beeswax or paraffin and petrolatum, used in the treatment of skin disorders. Also called zinc oxide ointment.
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(Pharmacology) a medicinal ointment consisting of zinc oxide, petrolatum, and paraffin, used to treat certain skin diseases
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an ointment composed of mineral oil and zinc oxide, used as a sunblock and to treat skin conditions.
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|Noun||1.||zinc ointment - an ointment containing zinc that is used to treat certain skin diseases|
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n. pomada de zinc.
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