central sleep apnoea

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A form of sleep apnoea, occurring usually in elderly people, in which the episodes of breathing cessation during sleep are not associated with any obstruction to the upper airway or loud snoring but arise from cardiac or neurological disorders. US central sleep apnea. Compare obstructive sleep apnoea, Ondine's curse.

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