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1. A lessening of tension or activity in a part. 2. A phase or period in a single muscle twitch following contraction in which tension decreases, fibers lengthen, and the muscle returns to a resting position. 3. In magnetic resonance imaging, the return of an excited atom to alignment with the applied magnetic field.
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