sthenic


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sthenic

 [sthen´ik]
active; strong.

sthen·ic

(sthen'ik),
Active; marked by sthenia; said of a fever with strong bounding pulse, high temperature, and active delirium.

sthenic

(sthĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to or marked by sthenia; strong, vigorous, or active.

sthen·ic

(sthen'ik)
1. Active; marked by sthenia; said of a fever with strong bounding pulse, high temperature, and active delirium.
2. Pertaining to a habitus characterized by moderate overdevelopment of skeletal muscle.
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