estriol

[es-tree-awl, -ol, -trahy-]
noun
  1. Biochemistry. an estrogenic hormone, C18H21(OH)3, occurring in urine during pregnancy.
  2. Pharmacology. a commercial form of this compound, obtained from human placentas or the urine of pregnant women, used in conditions involving estrogen deficiency.

Origin of estriol

First recorded in 1930–35; es(trin) + tri- + -ol1
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British Dictionary definitions for estriol

estriol

noun
  1. the usual US spelling of oestriol
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estriol in Medicine

estriol

[ĕstrī-ôl′, -ōl′, ĕ-strī-]
n.
  1. A metabolite of estradiol and usually the predominant estrogenic metabolite found in the urine of pregnant women.theelol
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