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local excitatory state

 

Definition: increased irritability of a nerve fiber or muscle fiber that is produced by a subthreshold electrical stimulus; summation of the stimuli may occur, resulting in a propagated impulse if two or more subliminal stimuli are applied in rapid succession.

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