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rhythmicity

 [rith-mis´ĭ-te]
in cardiology, the ability to beat, or the state of beating, rhythmically without external stimuli.

rhythmicity

/rhyth·mic·i·ty/ (rith-mis´ĭ-te)
1. the state of having rhythm.
2. automaticity (2).

rhythmicity

(rĭth-mĭs′ĭ-tē)
The condition of being rhythmic.

rhythmicity

in cardiology, the ability to beat, or the state of beating, rhythmically without external stimuli.
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