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  • noun hypertrophy

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Examples

  • Your stepdaughter has an organic defect in the heart — hypertrophia cordialis!

    The Jew and other stories

  • He gives examples of the electrocardiograms of patients with hypertrophia of the right ventricle during mitral insufficiency, hypertrophia of the left ventricle during aorta insufficiency, hypertrophia of the left auricle during mitral stenosis, of patients with degeneration of the heart muscle, also of electrocardiograms during various degrees of heart block, during extrasystoles, true «atypical heart systoles» of two different types, as well as during what is now called

    Physiology or Medicine 1924 - Presentation Speech

  • He was in reality the victim no less than the product of a valuable faculty carried to hypertrophia and monstrosity.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Your stepdaughter has an organic defect in the heart -- hypertrophia cordialis!

    The Jew and Other Stories

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