synchrony

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synchrony

 [sing´kro-ne]
1. the simultaneous occurrence of two events.
2. the linkage of two events by a fixed time interval.
atrioventricular synchrony (AV synchrony) in the heart, the physiological condition of atrial electrical activity followed by ventricular electrical activity, with the interval between being that necessary for impulse conduction from atria to ventricles.

syn·chro·ny

(sin'krō-nē),
The simultaneous appearance of two separate events.
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

synchrony

/syn·chro·ny/ (-krah-ne) the occurrence of two events simultaneously or with a fixed time interval between them.
atrioventricular (AV) synchrony  in the heart, the physiological condition of atrial electrical activity followed by ventricular electrical activity.
bilateral synchrony  the occurrence of a secondary synchronous discharge at a location in the brain exactly contralateral to a discharge caused by a lesion.

synchrony

Alternative health
A component of dance therapy corresponding to movements that occur simultaneously in time and space. Synchronisation with others in a dance therapy group is interpreted as social interaction and bonding.

synchrony

Cardiology A-V synchrony, see there.

syn·chro·ny

(sing'krŏ-nē)
The simultaneous appearance of two separate events.
[syn- + G. chronos, time]