Characterized by absence of cyanosis.

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acy·a·not·ic .ā-.sī-ə-'nät-ik adj characterized by the absence of cyanosis <\acyanotic patients> <\acyanotic heart disease>

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acy·a·not·ic (a-si″ə-notґik) characterized by absence of cyanosis.

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