diphasic

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adjective di·pha·sic \(ˌ)dī-ˈfā-zik\

Definition of diphasic

  1. :  having two phases

1881

First Known Use of diphasic

1881


Medical Dictionary

diphasic

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adjective di·pha·sic \(ˈ)dī-ˈfā-zik\

Medical Definition of diphasic

  1. :  having two phases: asa:  exhibiting a stage of stimulation followed by a stage of depression or vice versa <the diphasic action of certain drugs>b:  relating to or being a record of a nerve impulse that is negative and positive <a diphasic action potential>—compare monophasic 1, polyphasic 1


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