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gen·er·al·ized

(jen'ĕr-ăl-īzd),
Involving the whole of an organ, as opposed to a focal or regional process.

generalized

(jĕn′ər-ə-līzd′)
adj.
1. Biology Not specifically adapted to a particular environment or function; not specialized.
2. Medicine
a. Involving an entire organ.
b. Spreading through or affecting the entire body; not localized: a generalized infection.

gen·er·al·ized

(jen'ĕr-ă-līzd)
Involving the whole of an organ, as opposed to a focal or regional process.
Synonym(s): generalised.

gen·er·al·ized

(jen'ĕr-ă-līzd)
Involving the whole organ.
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