Vasoinhibitory

vasoinhibitor

[vas-oh-in-hib-i-ter, vey-zoh-]
noun Physiology, Pharmacology.
an agent, as a drug, that inhibits the action of the vasomotor nerves.

Origin:
vaso- + inhibitor

vasoinhibitory [vas-oh-in-hib-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, vey-zoh-] , adjective
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vasoinhibitor (ˌveɪzəʊɪnˈhɪbɪtə)
 
n
any of a group of drugs that reduce or inhibit the action of the vasomotor nerves
 
vasoinhibitory
 
adj

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vasoinhibitor va·so·in·hib·i·tor (vā'zō-ĭn-hĭb'ĭ-tər)
n.
An agent that restricts or prevents the functioning of the vasomotor nerves.

vasoinhibitory va·so·in·hib·i·to·ry (vā'zō-ĭn-hĭb'ĭ-tôr'ē)
adj.
Inhibiting the action of the vasomotor nerves.

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