antatrophic

ant·a·tro·phic

(ant'ă-trof'ik),
1. Preventing or curing atrophy.
2. An agent that promotes the restoration of atrophied structures.

antatrophic

An obsolete term for:
adjective Pertaining or relating to the reversal of atrophy, i.e., anti-atrophic.
 
noun An agent capable of reversing atrophy.

antatrophic

(ant″ă-trō′fik) [ anti- + atrophic]
Preventing or curing atrophy.

ant·a·tro·phic

(antă-trōpik)
Preventing or curing atrophy.