antisecretory


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antisecretory

 [an″te-, an″ti-se-kre´to-re]
1. inhibiting or diminishing secretion; called also secretoinhibitory.
2. an agent that so acts, as certain drugs that inhibit or diminish gastric secretions.

an·ti·se·cre·to·ry

(an'tē-sē-krē'tō-rĭ),
Inhibitory to secretion, said of certain drugs that reduce or suppress gastric secretion (for example, ranitidine, omeprazole).

antisecretory

/an·ti·se·cre·to·ry/ (-sĕ-kre´tah-re)
1. secretoinhibitory; inhibiting or diminishing secretion.
2. an agent that so acts, as certain drugs that inhibit or diminish gastric secretions.

antisecretory

(ăn′tē-sĭ-krē′tə-rē, ăn′tī-)
adj.
Inhibiting or decreasing secretion, especially gastric secretions.

an·ti·se·cre·to·ry

(an'tē-sĕ-krē'tŏr-ē)
Inhibitory to secretion, said of certain drugs that reduce or suppress gastric secretion (e.g., ranitidine, omeprazole).

an·ti·se·cre·to·ry

(an'tē-sĕ-krē'tŏr-ē)
Inhibitory to secretion.

antisecretory

1. inhibiting or diminishing secretion; secretoinhibitory.
2. an agent that so acts, as certain drugs that inhibit or diminish gastric secretions.
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