Castellani paint

(kăs-tĕl-ăn′ē )

[Aldo Castellani, It. physician, 1878-1971]
Paint used to disinfect skin and to treat fungus infections of the skin. Its components are phenol, resorcinol, basic fuchsin, boric acid, and acetone.

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