noun my·dri·a·sine \mə̇ˈdrīəˌsēn, mīˈ-, -sə̇n\

Definition of mydriasine



  1. :  a white crystalline compound C17H23NO3.CH3Br used like atropine; atropine methobromide

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Origin and Etymology of mydriasine

International Scientific Vocabulary mydrias- (from Latin mydriasis) + -ine

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