Meltzer law

Melt·zer law

(melt'zĕr),
all living functions are continually controlled by two opposite forces: augmentation or action on the one hand, and inhibition on the other.

Melt·zer law

(melt'zĕr law)
All living functions are continually controlled by two opposite forces: augmentation or action on the one hand, and inhibition on the other.

Meltzer,

Samuel J., U.S. physiologist, 1851-1920.
Meltzer law - all living functions are continually controlled by two opposite forces: augmentation and inhibition. Synonym(s): law of contrary innervation
Meltzer-Lyon test - used in diagnosis of gallbladder conditions.
Meltzer sign - loss of second sound on auscultation of the heart after swallowing.