dyssynchrony

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From dys- +‎ synchrony.

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dyssynchrony ‎(plural dyssynchronies)

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

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