myocardium

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New Latin, from Ancient Greek μῦς (mys, muscle) + καρδία (kardiā, heart).

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myocardium (plural myocardia)

  1. (anatomy, cardiology) The muscular substance of the heart; the middle of the three layers forming the outer wall of the human heart.

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