phrenotropic

(fren″o-tro┬┤pik) exerting its principal effect upon the mind.
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phrenotropic

phrenotropic 1. Affecting or working through the mind or brain. 2. Exerting its principal effect upon the mind. 3. The term is usually used to describe certain pharmacologic agents, such as psychotomimetics, tranquilizers, and energizers, that have an effect on mental processes.
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phrenotropic

Type: Term Pronunciation: fren′ō-trop′ik Definitions: 1. Affecting or working through the mind or brain.
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