phrenotropic

phrenotropic

 [fren″o-trop´ik]
exerting its principal effect upon the mind.
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phren·o·trop·ic

(fren'ō-trop'ik),
Affecting or working through the mind or brain.
[phreno- + G. tropē, a turning]
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phren·o·trop·ic

(frenō-trōpik)
Affecting or working through the mind or brain.
[phreno- G. phren, diaphragm + G. tropē, a turning]
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Psychophysiologic evaluation of phenyltoloxamine, a new phrenotropic agent; a comparative study with reserpine and placebo.