parelectronomy

Parelectronomy

Par*e`lec*tron"o*my\, n. [Pref. para- + electro- + Gr. ? law.] (Physiol.) A condition of the muscles induced by exposure to severe cold, in which the electrical action of the muscle is reversed.
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