Catastaltic

• (a.) Checking evacuations through astringent or styptic qualities.
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catastaltic

1. Inhibitory, restricting, or restraining. ... 2. An inhibitory or checking agent, such as an astringent or antispasmodic. ... Origin: cata-+ G. Staltos, contracted, fr. Stello, to contract ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Catastaltic

Cat`a·stal'tic adjective [ Greek ..., from ... to check; kata` down, wholy + ... to set.] (Medicine) Checking evacuations through astringent or styptic qualities.
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catastaltic

astringent
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catastaltic

Type: Term Pronunciation: kat′ă-stal′tik Definitions: 1. Inhibitory, restricting, or restraining.
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