betazole


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betazole

a histamine analog used in gastric function tests to stimulate gastric secretion. Called also ametazole, gastramine.
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36) In adults, hypnotherapy has been shown to be able to alter a number of physiological mechanisms; for example, suggestion of relaxation in hypnosis has resulted in a significant reduction of unstimulated as well as betazole stimulated acid secretion (betazole is a histamine H2 agonist used clinically to test gastric secretory function), and a decrease in gastric motility.