dysrhythmia

(dis-rith´me-ә) disturbance of rhythm, such as of brain waves or the heartbeat. cerebral dysrhythmia , electroencephalographic dysrhythmia disturbance or irregularity in the rhythm of the brain waves as recorded by electroencephalography.
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Dysrhythmia

An abnormal heart rhythm
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dysrhythmia

Defective rhythm. See also entries under rhythm. ... Compare: arrhythmia. ... Origin: dys-+ G. Rhythmos, rhythm ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dysrhythmia

dysrhythmia 1. An irregularity in an otherwise normal rhythm, especially of heartbeats or brainwaves. 2. Abnormal, disordered, or disturbed rhythm. 3. An abnormality in an otherwise normal rhythmic pattern, as of brain waves being recorded by an electroencephalograph.
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dysrhythmia

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis-ridh′mē-ă Definitions: 1. Defective rhythm.
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