Definition of organotherapy in English:

organotherapy

Syllabification: or·ga·no·ther·a·py
Pronunciation: /ˌôrɡənōˈTHerəpē, ôrˌɡanō-
 
/

noun

The treatment of disease with extracts from animal organs, especially glands.
More example sentences
  • Brown-Séquard's advocacy gave rise to a renewed interest in the 1890s in what was now called ‘organotherapy’: the use of extracts of animal organs as therapeutic agents.
  • This use is thought to have originated from the idea, going back to Roman times, that consumption of animal genitalia is an effective way to treat sexual problems (‘organotherapy‘).’
  • Organotherapy targets specific organs and tissues.

Derivatives

organotherapeutic

Pronunciation: /-ˌTHerəˈpyo͞otik/
adjective
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  • In 1935 David et al. isolated the critical ingredient in organotherapeutic treatments, testosterone.

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