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Carbonic acid inhibitor

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Carbonic acid inhibitor

(Science: pharmacology) a group of diuretic medications which act to inhibit the enzyme carbonic anhydrase to create a metabolic acidosis. Many of these medications are used in the treatment of glaucoma.