phenprobamate phen·pro·ba·mate (fěn-prō’bə-māt’)
A skeletal muscle relaxant that also has antianxiety action. Also called proformiphen.
[fen-ter-meen] /ˈfɛn tərˌmin/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a white, crystalline powder, phenyl-tertiary-butylamine hydrochloride, soluble in water and alcohol, that stimulates the central nervous system and elevates the systolic blood pressure: used chiefly in the treatment of obesity. phentermine phen·ter·mine (fěn’tər-mēn’) n. An oily liquid whose crystalline hydrochloride form is used in the treatment of obesity.
1. Bachelor of Philosophy.
1. Bachelor of Philosophy. Latin Philosophiae Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Philosophy)
noun, Chemistry. 1. a white crystalline, aromatic acid, C 8 H 8 O 2 , used in the manufacture of penicillin and in perfumes. phenylacetic acid phen·yl·a·ce·tic acid (fěn’əl-ə-sē’tĭk, fē’nəl-) n. An abnormal product of phenylalanine catabolism that appears in the urine in phenylketonuria.