Hys`ter*o*gen"ic (?), a. [Hysteria + root of Gr. to be born.] Physiol.

Producing hysteria; as, the hysterogenicpressure points on the surface of the body, pressure upon which is said both to produce and arrest an attack of hysteria.

De Watteville.

 

© Webster 1913.

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