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  • adj. Having an unpleasing, irregular beat.


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dys- +‎ rhythmic


  • We stay focused on this inevitably dysrhythmic journey which professional revolutionaries the world over, undertake in conditions which are hardly of their own choosing.

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  • Tinnitus patients show a deviation from the norm of different resting EEG parameters, characterized by an overproduction of resting state delta, theta and beta brain activities, providing further support for the microphysiological and magnetoencephalographic evidence pointing to a thalamocortical dysrhythmic process at the source of tinnitus.

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  • Investigators were unable to induce ventricular fibrillation even with electrodes implanted directly into the myocardium and the administration of epinephrine, ketamine, and isoproterenol as pro-dysrhythmic agents what's new online!

  • [Ok, in the short time it took to write this dysrhythmic little piece I've managed to scare hell outta 'myself.

    You, tool . . .


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