isovolumic

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i·so·vol·u·mic

(ī'sō-vol-yū'mik),
Occurring without an associated alteration in volume, as when, in early ventricular systole, the muscle fibers initially increase their tension without shortening so that ventricular volume remains unaltered.
See also: isometric.
Synonym(s): isochoric, isovolumetric

isovolumic

/iso·vo·lu·mic/ (i″so-vah-loo´mik) maintaining the same volume.

i·so·vol·u·mic

(ī'sō-vol-yū'mik)
Occurring without an associated alteration in volume, as when, in early ventricular systole, the muscle fibers initially increase their tension without shortening so that ventricular volume remains unaltered.
See also: isometric
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