amydricaine

noun amyd·ri·caine \əˈmidrəˌkān\

Definition of amydricaine

plural

-s

  1. :  a local anesthetic C16H26N2O2 that is usually administered in the form of its bitter crystalline hydrochloride and that unlike cocaine is not mydriatic

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Origin and Etymology of amydricaine

2a- + mydriatic + -caine (as in cocaine)


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