Definitions for "Dopamine agonists"
Parkinson's disease drugs that mimic dopamine inside the brain.
A group of drugs used to treat Parkinson's that work by stimulating the parts of the brain which use dopamine.
Medications with predominant effects on pituitary cells that harbor receptors for the chemical transmitter dopamine.
Madications, which are used to return prolactin levels to normal when excess prolactine is being secreted.