Counterirritant Coun"ter*ir`ri*tant (-?r"r?-tant), n., Counterirritation Coun"ter*ir`ri*ta"tion, n. See {Counter irritant}, etc., under {Counter}, a. [1913 Webster]

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  • counterirritation — See counterirritant. * * * …   Universalium

  • counterirritation — Irritation or mild inflammation (redness, vesication, or pustulation) of the skin excited for the purpose of relieving symptoms of an inflammation of the deeper structures. * * * coun·ter·ir·ri·ta·tion .ir ə tā shən n the reaction produced by… …   Medical dictionary

  • counterirritation — n. irritation designed to combat other irritation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • counterirritation — coun·ter·irritation …   English syllables

  • counterirritation — noun see counterirritate …   Useful english dictionary

  • counterirritant — 1. An agent that causes irritation or a mild inflammation of the skin in order to relieve symptoms of a deep seated inflammatory process. 2. Relating to or producing counterirritation. Enhances blood flow to affected …   Medical dictionary

  • ἑτεροπαθείας — ἑτεροπαθείᾱς , ἑτεροπάθεια counterirritation fem acc pl ἑτεροπαθείᾱς , ἑτεροπάθεια counterirritation fem gen sg (attic doric aeolic) …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

  • Counterirritant — Coun ter*ir ri*tant ( ?r r? tant), n., Counterirritation Coun ter*ir ri*ta tion, n. See {Counter irritant}, etc., under {Counter}, a. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Средство Отвлекающее (Counterimtant) — вещество (например, метил салицилат), вызывающее раздражение кожи при его поверхностном применении; применяется для уменьшения боли или неприятных ощущений, эпицентр которых расположен более глубоко. Отвлечение (counterirritation). Источник:… …   Медицинские термины

  • Granville [2] — Granville (spr. Grännwill), 1) Georg, Lord Lansdowne of Biddiford, geb. 1667 in Cornwallis, widmete sich dem Staatsdienst, zog sich aber in der Revolution, welche Jakob II. des Throns beraubte, in die Einsamkeit zurück u. st. 1735; er schr. die… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

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