Antisialagogue

Antisialagogues are substances that decrease the production of saliva and their effect is opposite to that of sialagogues. Their origin may be both natural and synthetic. Classic antisialagogues include: ...
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Antisialagogue

An`ti·si·al'a·gogue adjective (Medicine) Checking the flow of saliva.
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antisialagogue

An agent that diminishes or arrests the flow of saliva (e.g., atropine). ... Origin: anti-+ G. Sialon, saliva, + agogos, drawing forth ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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antisialagogue

(an″te-) (an″ti-si-al´ә-gog) an agent that inhibits the flow of saliva.
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Antisialagogue

• (n.) A remedy against excessive salivation. • (a.) Checking the flow of saliva.
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antisialagogue

antisialagogue Medicine which stops or reduces secretion of saliva.
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antisialagogue

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′tē-sī-al′ă-gog Definitions: 1. An agent that diminishes or arrests the flow of saliva (atropine).
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