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isodynamic

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adjective iso·dy·nam·ic \ˌī-sō-dī-ˈnam-ik\

Medical Definition of isodynamic

  1. :  isocaloric the lactose and sugar…were replaced by an isodynamic quantity of pure butterfat—Journal of the American Medical Association


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