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sympatholytic

 [sim″pah-tho-lit´ik]
1. blocking transmission of impulses from the adrenergic (sympathetic) postganglionic fibers to effector organs or tissues, inhibiting such sympathetic functions as smooth muscle contraction and glandular secretion.
2. an agent that produces such an effect; called also antiadrenergic.
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an·ti·ad·ren·er·gic

(an'tē-ad-rĕ-ner'jik),
Antagonistic to the action of sympathetic or other adrenergic nerve fibers.
See also: sympatholytic.
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an·ti·ad·ren·er·gic

(an'tē-ad-rĕ-nĕr'jik)
Antagonistic to the action of sympathetic or other adrenergic nerve fibers.
See also: sympatholytic
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