Etymology
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infarct (n.)

substance of an infarction, 1873, from medical Latin infarctus (variant of infartus), past participle of infarcire "to stuff into" (see infarction).

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Definitions of infarct

infarct (n.)
localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply;
Synonyms: infarction
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