In refractory cases benefit has followed the subcutaneous injection of lipoid solution containing tin.
The result was a condition almost exactly like pneumonia, called "lipoid pneumonia."
In the cases of Aschoff and Koch no abnormality was noted except an almost constant increase in lipoid content.
A lipoid suspension to release it slowly into the bloodstream and give the irritation time to subside.
The absence from the latter organs shows that the lipoid solubility does not obtain in the body.
Some writers, who object to the word "lipoid" as a group name, prefer to call these substances the "fat-like bodies."
lipoid lip·oid (lĭp'oid', lī'poid')
Resembling fat; adipoid. n.
Lipid. No longer in technical use.