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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of infarctions

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of infarctions:
/ɪnfɑɹkʃənz/

Derived Form of infarctions

noun
root word: infarction
plural: infarctions
verb
root word: infarction
Noun: infarction
1
localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply
Synonymsinfarcts,
Type ofpathologies,
TypesMIs, myocardial infarct*, myocardial infarction*,

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  1. in St. Louis, 136 myocardial infarctions.
  2. infarctions and you reduce the risk of stroke so I think so far we've covered a
  3. 136 myocardial infarctions --
  4. DO YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTIONS?
  5. but this time there are multiple embolic infarctions.
  6. of myocardial infarctions,
  7. and the majority of infarctions, more than 70%
  8. Male patients are more prone to suffer cerebral infarctions than women are;
  9. however, cerebral infarctions are more lethal in women than they are in men,
  10. Hypertension is associated the majority of cerebral infarctions.
  11. which are liberated into the bloodstream and create very big and recurrent infarctions.
  12. and it makes cerebral infarctions to be much more lethal and recurrent.
  13. This is important because, even when the majority of infarctions are ischemic,
  14. The treatment for ischemic infarctions could make a hemorrhagic infarction much worse.
  15. And hemorrhagic infarctions, for this and some other reasons,
  16. so that there are no cerebral infarctions, or that its less likely for them to develop.
  17. We can have heart problems, from infarctions to even developing atrial fibrillation,