miotic

or my·ot·ic

[mahy-ot-ik]

adjective

pertaining to or producing miosis.

noun

a miotic drug.

Origin of miotic

First recorded in 1860–65; mio(sis) + -tic
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miotic in Medicine

miotic

[mī-ŏtĭk]

n.

A substance that causes constriction of the pupil of the eye.

adj.

Characterized by, involving, or causing miosis.
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