2. Adjective. that originates in muscles ¹
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Definition of Myogenic
1. originating in muscle tissue [adj]
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Literary usage of Myogenic
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1. Therapeutics of the circulation by Thomas Lauder Brunton (1915)
"CHAPTER II PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART Movements of the Heart—Heart of the Frog—Origin of the Cardiac Rhythm—Neurogenic and myogenic Theories—Block ..."
2. Clinical electrocardiography by Fredrick Arthur Willius (1922)
"myogenic AND NEUROGENIC THEORIES Whether the vital reaction which originates the cardiac impulse acts directly on muscle (myogenic) tissue or on nerve ..."
3. Arhythmia of the Heart: A Physiological and Clinical Study by Karl Friedrich Wenckebach (1904)
"... OF THE HEART CHAPTER I THE THEORY OF THE myogenic ACTION OF THE HEART §. The "Neurogenic" Theory—The view, which has recently been held as to the origin ..."
4. Novel Systems for the Study of Human Disease: From Basic Research to by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, SourceOECD (Online service) (1998)
"This approach has recently shed new light on the process of myogenic ... After a brief description of current knowledge on myogenic determination, ..."