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Gold colloid radioactive

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Gold colloid, radioactive

(Science: chemical) a radioactive suspension of minute particles of metallic gold, made by exposure to neutrons. It is used in the pleural cavity to treat lung cancer.

Pharmacological action: antineoplastic agent, radiopharmaceuticals.