diastole

英 [daɪ'æstəlɪ] 美 [daɪ'æstəli]
  • n. 心脏舒张;心脏舒张期;延长音节
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diastole (n.)
1570s, from medical Latin diastole, from Greek diastole "drawing asunder, dilation," from diastellein, from dia- "through, thoroughly, entirely" (see dia-) + stellein "to set in order, arrange, array, equip, make ready," from PIE *stel-yo-, suffixed form of root *stel- "to put, stand," with derivatives referring to a standing object or place (see stall (n.1)).
1. Each heartbeat has two basic parts: diastole and atrial and ventricular systole.
每一次心脏跳动都包含两个基本部分: 舒张期以及方式收缩期.

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2. The length in the diastole was bigger than that in the systole.
在舒张期其可视长度比收缩期长.

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3. Intensity of radio signal also had this variation between in diastole and in systole.
离体心脏的心肌射频信号强度收缩期和舒张期之间也存在这种差异.

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4. Regurgitant murmurs are generally early diastolic whereas ventricular filling murmurs occur in mid and late diastole.
回流性杂音一般出现于舒张早期,而心室充盈性杂音一般出现于舒张中晚期.

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5. Diastolic murmurs are classified according to their position in diastole as early, mid, or late.
舒张期杂音依据其舒张部位分位早期 、 中期和晚期.

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