abirritation


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ab·ir·ri·ta·tion

(ab-ir-i-tā'shŭn),
Obsolete term for diminution or abolition of irritability in a part.
[L. ab, from, + irrito, pp. -atus, to irritate]

abirritation

(ăb-ĭr′ĭ-tā′shən)
n.
The diminution or abolition of a reflex or other irritability in a body part.

abirritation

An antiquated term for a state of reduced responsiveness to stimulation, hypoirritability.
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Some reports have shown that borneolum synthcticum was used as one of the most effective ingredients of the traditional medicines which treat and prevent cardiovascular diseases like coronary artery disease, heart stroke, and heart infarction for its properties of antiapoptosis, anti-inflammation, and abirritation [32-34].