hidrotic

Relating to or causing hidrosis.

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hi·drot·ic hid-'rät-ik, hī-'drät- adj causing perspiration: DIAPHORETIC (1), SUDORIFIC

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n.
an agent that causes sweating. parasympathomimetic drugs are hidrotics.

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hi·drot·ic (hi-drotґik) (hĭ-drotґik) 1. diaphoretic. 2. sudoriparous.

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  • Hidrotic — Hi*drot ic, a. [Gr. ? sudorific.] (Med.) Causing perspiration; diaphoretic or sudorific. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Hidrotic — Hi*drot ic, n. A medicine that causes perspiration; a diaphoretic or a sudorific. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hidrotic — [hī drät′ik, hidrät′ik] adj. 〚ML hidroticus < Gr hidrōtikos < hidrōs, sweat〛 1. having to do with sweat 2. causing sweat; sudorific n. a sudorific drug * * * See hidrosis. * * * …   Universalium

  • hidrotic — [hī drät′ik, hidrät′ik] adj. [ML hidroticus < Gr hidrōtikos < hidrōs, sweat] 1. having to do with sweat 2. causing sweat; sudorific n. a sudorific drug …   English World dictionary

  • hidrotic — adj. perspiring excessively, accompanied by excessive sweating …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hidrotic — hi·drot·ic …   English syllables

  • hidrotic — n. an agent that causes sweating. Parasympathomimetic drugs are hidrotics …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • hidrotic — adjective of or relating to sweat • Pertains to noun: ↑sweat • Derivationally related forms: ↑hidrosis …   Useful english dictionary

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