emetocathartic

emetocathartic

 [em″ĕ-to-kah-thahr´tik]
1. both emetic and cathartic.
2. an agent with these effects.
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em·e·to·ca·thar·tic

(em'ĕ-tō-kă-thar'tik),
1. Both emetic and cathartic.
2. An agent that causes vomiting and purging of the lower intestines.
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em·e·to·ca·thar·tic

(em'ĕ-tō-kă-thahr'tik)
1. Both emetic and cathartic.
2. An agent that causes both vomiting and purging.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

em·e·to·ca·thar·tic

(em'ĕ-tō-kă-thahr'tik)
1. Both emetic and cathartic.
2. An agent that causes vomiting and purging of the lower intestines.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012