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In the heart, this causes cardiac muscle cells to contract with more force than necessary, for instance.
Weird, deadly electrical rhythms arose out of his dying cardiac muscles, like ripples on a stagnating pond, necessitating defibrillating shocks to reset his rhythm.
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