antineuralgic

antineuralgic

 [an″te-, an″ti-noo͡-ral´jik]
relieving neuralgia.
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antineuralgic

(ant″i-noor-al′jik) [ anti- + neuralgic]
1. Relieving neuralgia.
2. An agent that relieves neuralgia.
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