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Of or relating to the electrical properties of muscle tissue from which impulses may be amplified, used especially in the control or operation of prosthetic devices.
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(Medicine) denoting a type of powered artificial hand or limb that detects electrical changes in the muscles of the stump and converts these into movements
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my•o•e•lec•tric(ˌmaɪ oʊ ɪˈlɛk trɪk)
of or pertaining to electrical impulses generated by muscles of the body, which may be amplified and used esp. to control artificial limbs.
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