dysrhythmic


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dysrhythmic

(dɪsˈrɪðmɪk)
adj
1. (Pathology) having irregular rhythm
2. (Pathology) relating to or suffering from dysrhythmia
n
(Pathology) a person suffering from dysrhythmia
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(8) Additionally, discharges in the frontal lobes and anterior limbic systems with diffuse background slowing and dysrhythmic patterns may be seen.
On physical examination, her blood pressure was 145/80 mmHg, and her pulse was dysrhythmic with 120 beats per minute.
One possible reason may be that, in preeclampsia, intermittent hypoxia associated with dysrhythmic breathing and resultant cardiopulmonary desynchronisation results in sympathetic activation, significantly diminishing vagal balance [19].
It exerts biological protective actions in the organism, which include antihypertensive, dysrhythmic, hypocholesterolemic, antihepatotoxicity, anticarcinogenic, antiviral, antiulcerogenic, antithrombotic, anti-ischemic, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic (Formica & Regelson, 1995).
Supraventricular and ventricular dysrhythmic patterns determined by 24-hour recording were evaluated according to the Lown-Wolf classification [18].
Non-lead point intussusceptions are assumed to be secondary to dysrhythmic peristalsis and are commonly seen in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
An intraluminal tumor, submucosal edema or any process that causes dysrhythmic contractions may initiate intussusception.
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