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ictus

 [ik´tus] (pl. ic´tus) (L.)
a seizure, stroke, blow, or sudden attack. adj., adj ic´tal.

ic·tus

(ik'tŭs), The plural of this word is ictus, not icti.
1. A stroke or attack.
2. A beat.
[L.]

ictus

/ic·tus/ (ik´tus) pl. ic´tus   [L.] a seizure, stroke, blow, or sudden attack.ic´tal

ictus

(ĭk′təs)
n. pl. ictus or ic·tuses
1. Medicine A sudden attack, blow, stroke, or seizure.
2. The accent that falls on a stressed syllable in a line of scanned verse.

ictus

[ik′təs] pl. ictuses, ictus
Etymology: L, stroke
1 a seizure.
2 a cerebrovascular accident. ictal, ictic, adj.

ic·tus

(ik'tŭs)
1. A stroke or attack.
2. A beat.
[L.]

ictus

A sudden attack of disease such as a STROKE.

ic·tus

(ik'tŭs)
1. A stroke or attack.
2. A beat.
[L.]

ictus

a seizure, stroke, blow, or sudden attack.