glycoptyalism gly·co·pty·a·lism (glī’kō-tī’ə-lĭz’əm)
glycopyrrolate gly·co·pyr·ro·late (glī’kō-pēr’ə-lāt’) n. A parasympatholytic compound used as premedication to general anesthesia, as an antagonist to the bradycardic effects of neostigmine during curare reversal, and as an adjunct in the treatment of peptic ulcer.
glycorrhea gly·cor·rhe·a (glī’kə-rē’ə) n. Discharge of sugar from the body, as in glucosuria, especially in unusually large quantities.
glycorrhachia gly·cor·rha·chi·a (glī’kə-rā’kē-ə, -rāk’ē-ə) n. The presence of sugar in the cerebrospinal fluid.
[glahy-kohs-uh-mee-noh-glahy-kan] /ˌglaɪ koʊs əˌmi noʊˈglaɪ kæn/ noun 1. any of a class of polysaccharides derived from hexosamine that form mucins when complexed with proteins: formerly called mucopolysaccharide. glycosaminoglycan gly·cos·a·mi·no·gly·can (glī’kōs-ə-mē’nō-glī’kān’) n. See mucopolysaccharide. glycosaminoglycan (glī’kōs-ə-mē’nō-glī’kān) Any of a group of polysaccharides with high molecular weight that contain amino sugars and often form complexes with proteins. […]