Muscle relaxant

muscle relaxant

(Science: pharmacology) An agent that specifically aIDS in reducing muscle tension, as those acting at the polysynaptic neurons of motor nerves (for example meprobamate) or at the myoneural junction (curare and related compounds).

Origin: L. Relaxare = to loosen

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