allorhythmia

allorhythmia

 [al″o-rith´me-ah]
irregularity of the pulse.
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al·lo·rhyth·mi·a

(al'ŏ-ridh'mē-ă),
An irregularity in the cardiac rhythm that repeats itself any number of times.
[allo- + G. rhythmos, rhythm]
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allorhythmia

A nonspecific term for a “standard” cardiac arrhythmia; it is unused in working medical parlance.
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al·lo·rhyth·mi·a

(al'ō-ridh'mē-ă)
An irregularity in the cardiac rhythm that repeats itself any number of times.
[allo- + G. rhythmos, rhythm]
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