myographic


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my·o·graph·ic

(mī'ō-graf'ik),
Relating to a myogram, or the record of a myograph.

my·o·graph·ic

(mī-ō-graf'ik)
Relating to a myogram, or the record of a myograph.

myograph

(mī′ō-grăf) [″ + graphein, to write]
Instrument for tracing movements caused by muscular contractions.
myographic (mī-ō-grăf′ĭk), adjective
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