anisosthenic


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anisosthenic

 [an-i″sos-then´ik]
not having equal power; said of muscles.
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an·i·sos·then·ic

(an-ī'sos-then'ik),
Of unequal strength; denoting two muscles or groups of muscles that are either paired or antagonistic.
[aniso- + G. sthenos, strength]
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an·i·sos·then·ic

(an-ī'sos-then'ik)
Of unequal strength; denoting two muscles or groups of muscles that are either paired or are antagonists.
[aniso- + G. sthenos, strength]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

an·i·sos·then·ic

(an-ī'sos-then'ik)
Of unequal strength; denoting two muscles or groups of muscles that are either paired or antagonistic.
[aniso- + G. sthenos, strength]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012