heredofamilial


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heredofamilial

 [her″ĕ-do-fah-mil´e-al]
occurring in certain families under circumstances that implicate a hereditary basis.

he·re·do·fa·mi·li·al

(heŕĕ-dō-fă-miĺē-ăl)
Health issues occurring in families under circumstances that could suggest a genetic cause.
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Delthil et al., "On a heredofamilial disease combining cataract, optic atrophy, extrapyramidal symptoms and certain defects of Friedreich's disease.
of Health Sciences, India) supplies postgraduates, residents, and practicing physicians with a guide to clinical electrocardiography (ECG) that covers physiological mechanisms, normal ECGs and variants in adults, hypertrophy or enlargement, conduction defects, stress ECG, continuous ambulatory ECG recording, coronary artery disease, congenital and heredofamilial disorders, acquired heart disease, disorders of cardiac rhythm, artificial pacemakers, and miscellaneous disorders, including prearrest arrhythmias and cardiac resuscitation.