symptomatolytic symp·to·mat·o·lyt·ic (sĭm’tə-māt’ə-lĭt’ĭk, sĭmp’tə-) or symp·to·mo·lyt·ic (-tə-mə-lĭt’ĭk)
Serving to eradicate symptoms.
- Symptom complex
symptom complex n. A group of symptoms that occur together and are characteristic of a certain disease, disorder, or condition.
- Symptom formation
symptom formation n. The process of developing a physical or behavioral substitute for an unconscious impulse or a conflict that causes anxiety, such as avoiding crowds. Also called symptom substitution.
verb (used with object), symptomized, symptomizing. 1. to be a symptom or sign of.
adjective 1. having or showing no symptoms.