Phenytoin

Phenytoin n is a hydantoin-derivative anticonvulsant drug used primarily in the management of complex partial seizures and generalized tonic-clonic seizures. Phenytoin is also used to prevent seizures following neurosurgery. Phenytoin is believed to protect against seizures by causing voltage-dependent block of voltage-gated sodium channels. Addit...
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phenytoin

(fen´ĭ-toin″) an anticonvulsant used in the treatment of epilepsy other than the absence type, the treatment of status epilepticus, and the prevention and treatment of seizures associated with neurosurgery; administered orally. Called also diphenylhydantoin.
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phenytoin

(from the article `drug`) ...ability to prevent seizures in experimental animals after electrical stimulation of the brain or after the administration of convulsant drugs such ...
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phenytoin

<drug> A medication commonly used to treat seizure disorders and epilepsy. ... (15 Oct 1997) ...
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Phenytoin

An anticonvulsant drug used in some form of epilepsy (seizures)
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phenytoin

Type: Term Pronunciation: fen′i-tō-in Definitions: 1. An anticonvulsant used in the treatment of generalized tonic clonic and complex partial epilepsy. Synonyms: 5, 5-diphenylhydantoin
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