Wedensky

We·den·sky

(Vvedenskii) (vĕ-densk'yē),
Nikolai I., Russian neurophysiologist, 1852-1922. See: Wedensky effect, Wedensky facilitation, Wedensky inhibition.
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Tetanic fade (Fade) or Wedensky inhibition occurs when the tetanic contraction is characterized by a poorly sustained muscular contraction that follows a fast muscular contraction of high amplitude.
VVEDENSKII (alternate surname of Wedensky, Nikolai E.--Stedman's MD)
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