Bathmotropic

In 1897 Engelmann introduced four Greek terms to describe key physiological properties of the heart: inotropy, the ability to contract; chronotropy, the ability to initiate an electrical impulse; dromotropy, the ability to conduct an electrical impulse; and bathmotropy, the ability to respond to direct mechanical stimulation. A fifth term, lusitro...
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bathmotropic

(bath″mo-tro┬┤pik) influencing the response of tissue to stimuli.
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bathmotropic

bathmotropic Influencing the excitability of muscle or nervous tissue. Increased responsiveness is considered positively bathomotropic and decreased responsiveness is negative.
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bathmotropic

Influencing nervous and muscular irritability in response to stimuli. ... Origin: G. Bathmos, threshold, + trope, a turning ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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