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arrhythmogenic

 [ah-rith″mo-jen´ik]
producing or promoting arrhythmia.

ar·rhyth·mo·gen·ic

(ă-ridh'mō-jen'ik),
Capable of inducing cardiac arrhythmias.
[G. a- priv. + rhythmos, rhythm, + -gen, production]

ar·rhyth·mo·gen·ic

(ă-rith'mō-jen'ik)
Capable of inducing cardiac arrhythmias.
Synonym(s): dysrhythmogenic.
[G. a- priv. + rhythmos, rhythm, + -gen, production]
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