sympathicotonia

(sim-path″ĭ-ko-to´ne-ә) a stimulated condition of the sympathetic nervous system, marked by vascular spasm, heightened blood pressure, and the dominance of other sympathetic functions. adj., sympathicoton´ic., adj.
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sympathicotonia

A condition in which there is increased tonus of the sympathetic system and a marked tendency to vascular spasm and high blood pressure; opposed to vagotonia. ... Origin: sympathico-+ G. Tonos, tone, tension ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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sympathicotonia

sympathicotonia, sympathicotonic The state or condition in which there is increased influence of the sympathetic nervous system and heightened sensitivity to adrenalin.
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sympathicotonia

Type: Term Pronunciation: sim-path′i-kō-tō′nē-ă Definitions: 1. A condition in which there is increased tonus of the sympathetic system and a marked tendency to vascular spasm and high blood pressure; opposed to vagotonia.
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