concatenation

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concatenation

(kon-kat?i-na'shun) [L. con, together, + catena, chain]
A group of events or effects acting in concert or occurring at the same time.
Synonym: catenation
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Although tendency of concatenation of RR interval and ST segment remained unaltered in both cases, but interaction of these parameters was incident to individual features of subject's body.
The dynamics of concatenation of QRS complex duration and ST segment fluctuations were relatively high (see Fig.
And concatenation of parameters often modulates the individual actions of the components, thus altering their local functionality by relaying global context.