associated antagonist

as·so·ci·at·ed an·tag·o·nist

one of two muscles or groups of muscles that pull in nearly opposite directions but that, when acting together, move the part in a path between their diverging lines of action.

associated antagonist

one of a pair of muscles or group of muscles that pull in opposite directions but whose combined action results in moving a part in one direction.
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DRUG NAME DRUG TYPE AND TREATMENT Namenda[R] (memantine) N-methyl D-aspartate (NMDA) Blocks the toxic effects associated antagonist prescribed to treat with excess glutamate and regulates symptoms of moderate to severe glutamate activation.

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