adrenomimetic

adrenomimetic

 [ah-dre″no-mi-met´ik]
having actions similar to those of adrenergic compounds; sympathomimetic.

a·dre·no·mi·met·ic

(ă-drē'nō-mi-met'ik),
Having an action similar to that of the compounds epinephrine and norepinephrine, which are liberated from the suprarenal medulla and adrenergic nerves; term proposed to replace the less accurate term, sympathomimetic. Compare: adrenergic, cholinomimetic.
[adreno- + G. mimētikos, imitative]

adrenomimetic

/adre·no·mi·met·ic/ (-mi-met´ik) sympathomimetic.

adrenomimetic

[-mimet′ik]
mimicking the functions of the adrenal hormones.

adrenomimetic

adjective Referring to hormonal action that mimics those biomolecules produced by the adrenal medulla (catecholamines), generally referring to mimicry of medullary biomolecules: adrenaline, noradrenaline.

ad·re·no·mi·met·ic

(ă-drē'nō-mi-met'ik)
Having an action similar to that of the compounds epinephrine and norepinephrine; a term intended to supplant a less accurate term, sympathomimetic.
Compare: adrenergic, cholinomimetic
[adreno- + G. mimētikos, imitative]

ad·re·no·mi·met·ic

(ă-drē'nō-mi-met'ik)
Having an action similar to that of the compounds epinephrine and norepinephrine.
Compare: adrenergic
[adreno- + G. mimētikos, imitative]

adrenomimetic

having actions similar to those of adrenergic compounds; sympathomimetic.