acrotic


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a·crot·ic

(ă-krot'ik),
Marked by great weakness or absence of the pulse; pulseless.
[G. a- priv. + krotos, a striking]

acrotic

[əkrot′ik]
Etymology: Gk, a + krotos, not beating
1 pertaining to the surface of the body or to the skin glands.
2 pertaining to an absent or weak pulse.

acrotic

(1) An obsolete adjective, pertaining to an external surface. 
(2) Referring to, or characterised by an absent pulse.

a·crot·ic

(ă-krot'ik)
Marked by weakness or absence of pulse; pulseless.
[G. a- priv. + krotos, a striking]

a·crot·ic

(ă-krot'ik)
Marked by great weakness or absence of the pulse; pulseless.
[G. a- priv. + krotos, a striking]