|stimulant used in treating narcolepsy||methylphenidate|
|(in Medicine) substance that blocks the benefits of calcium and is used as a drug to widen blood vessels (when treating heart disease or a lack of blood supply to the heart)||Nifedipine|
|(Medicine) surgical removal of the lens of the eye by liquefying it and removing it by suction (method for treating cataracts), cataract removal technique||phacoemulsification|
|(Medicine) treatment of heart disease with digitalis (heart stimulant); result of treatment with digitalis||digitalization|
|(Pharmacology) antibiotic substance used to treat infections (especially eye and skin infections), antibiotic for treating bacterial infections||neomycin|
|a trademark for a preparation of amphetamine, a medical stimulant, brand name for a commercially produced amphetamine (Pharmacology)||Benzedrine|
|ability to notice and value quality, attunement to subtle differentiation, discernment; partiality, unequal treatment; ability to choose well (in matters of taste), signal selection, treating people differently through prejudice||discrimination|
|act of treating a person as a celebrity; act of seeking the company of celebrities; touring of interesting sites (British)||lionization|
|act of treating sentimentally, act of ascribing sentimental qualities; act of behaving sentimentally, act of expressing exaggerated emotions||sentimentalization|
|act of treating the body by rubbing or kneading the muscles or joints to stimulate circulation or relaxation, enhance, manipulate deceptively, rub or knead muscles and joints with hands to stimulate circulation or relaxation, give a massage, rub somebo...||massage|
|act of treating with contempt; offense, affront; sudden stop, bring something to a stop, humiliating action, short and upturned (of a nose), small, stub something out, treat contemptuously, humiliate, purposefully ignore; rebuke, reject; stop suddenly,...||snub|
|act of treating with soap||soaping|
|agreeable, treating visitors well, warm and welcoming to guests and strangers||hospitable|
|any species of plant from the genus Digitalis (especially the foxglove); leaves of the foxglove plant (used as a heart stimulant)||digitalis|
|art and science of disease treatment and health maintenance; medication, remedy, drug; substance used for medical treatment, drug for treating illness, medical profession, ritual practice or sacred object, treatment of illness, treatment using drugs||medicine|
|awakening, strengthening (Medicine), stimulant, stimulant drug||analeptic|
|biased, one-sided; discerning, distinguishing, statistically unbiased, unfairly treating||discriminatory|
|bitter crystalline stimulant, type of poison found in plant seeds||picrotoxin|
|blood-pressure medication, chemical substance used as a medication for treating high blood pressure||hydralazine|
|branch of dentistry that specializes in treating children||pedodontia|
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