dyssynchrony

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From dys- +‎ synchrony.

Noun[edit]

dyssynchrony (plural dyssynchronies)

  1. A lack of proper synchrony.
  2. (medicine)a medical condition wherein the activation of different parts of the heart is improperly synchronized.
  3. (medicine)a neurological condition wherein auditory stimuli are not processed synchronously.

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