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di·as·to·le

 (dī-ăs′tə-lē)
n.
1. Physiology The normal rhythmically occurring relaxation and dilatation of the heart chambers, especially the ventricles, during which they fill with blood.
2. The lengthening of a normally short syllable in Greek and Latin verse.

[Greek diastolē, dilation, separation, from diastellein, to expand : dia-, apart; see dia- + stellein, to place, send; see stel- in Indo-European roots.]

di′as·tol′ic (dī′ə-stŏl′ĭk) adj.
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Adj.1.diastolic - of or relating to a diastole or happening during a diastole
Translations

diastolic

[ˌdaɪəˈstɒlɪk] ADJ diastolic pressurepresión f diastólica

diastolic

adj (Physiol) blood pressurediastolisch

di·a·stol·ic

a. diastólico-a, rel. a la diástole del corazón;
___ pressurepresión ___.

diastolic

adj diastólico
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