antiulcerative

antiulcerative

 [an″te-ul´sah-ra″tiv, an″te-ul´ser-ah-tiv]
1. preventing the formation or promoting the healing of ulcers.
2. an agent that has these effects.

antiulcerative

/an·ti·ul·cer·a·tive/ (-ul´ser-ah-tiv) preventing ulcers or promoting their healing, or an agent that so acts.

antiulcerative

1. preventing the formation or promoting the healing of ulcers.
2. an agent that so acts.
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Imidazole can be found in many other drugs such as dacarbazine, metronidazole, cimetidine, flumazenil, thyroliberin, methimazole, pilocarpine and etomidate which are used as antineoplastic antibiotic, antiulcerative, benzodiazepine antagonist, prohormone, antihyperthyroid, muscarinic receptor antagonist and hypnotic agents, respectively [8-11].