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hypsarrhythmia

noun hyps·ar·rhyth·mia

Definition of HYPSARRHYTHMIA

:  an abnormal encephalogram that is characterized by slow waves of high voltage and a disorganized arrangement of spikes, occurs especially in infants, and is indicative of a condition that leads to severe mental retardation if left untreated
hyps·ar·rhyth·mic or hyps·arhyth·mic \-mik\ adjective

Variants of HYPSARRHYTHMIA

hyps·ar·rhyth·mia or hyps·arhyth·mia \ˌhips-ā-ˈrith-mē-ə\
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