strychninism

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strych·nin·ism

(strik'nin-izm),
Chronic strychnine poisoning, the symptoms being those that arise from CNS stimulation; the first signs are tremors and twitching, progressing to severe convulsions and respiratory arrest.
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strychninism

(strĭk′nī-nĭz′əm, -nĭ-, -nē-)
n.
A pathological condition induced by strychnine poisoning.
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strych·nin·ism

(strik'nīn-izm)
Chronic strychnine poisoning, the symptoms being those that arise from central nervous system stimulation; the first signs are tremors and twitching, progressing to severe convulsions and respiratory arrest.
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strychninism

(strĭk′nĭn-ĭzm) [″ + -ismos, condition]
Chronic strychnine poisoning.
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