hy·lan (hiґlan) any of a family of viscoelastic cross-linked derivatives of hyaluronan, used in pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of pain in osteoarthritis; administered by intra-articular injection. A preparation of hylan B is used as a tissue filler, injected subcutaneously.

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