akinesia


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motionlessness attributable to a temporary paralysis

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Addition of hyaluronidase to retrobulbar blocks generally resulted in improved akinesia and was well tolerated.
Global and/or regional dysfunction and structural alterations * Major (by 2D echo) Minor (by 2D echo) * Regional RV akinesia, dyskinesia, * Regional RV akinesia or or aneurysm dyskinesia * and one of the following (end * and one of the following (end diastole): diastole): - PLAX RVOT[greater than or equal - PLAX RVOT[greater than or to]32 mm (corrected for body size equal to]29 to <32 mm [PLAX/BSA][greater than or equal (corrected for body to]19 mm/ [m.
The major motor symptoms are rest tremor, rigidity, bradykinesia, akinesia, and postural instability.
coordination disturbance, psychogenic seizures, akinesia, (84) dyskinesia); (85) or
Although this method of anaesthesia doesn't result in global akinesia if the surgeon is experienced, it has been shown that there is no increased risk in intra-operative complications?
4) Bradykinesia is sometimes confused with akinesia and hypokinesia.
10) Severe bradykinesia or akinesia, signifies complete immobility with "freezing episodes" lasting anywhere from a few seconds to many hours.
Akinesia rapidly ensued, clinically orbital pressure was normal and there was no subconjunctival haemorrhage or oedema.
Akinesia, and other extrapyramidal side effects of antipsychotics without tremors with accompanying low mood or dysphoria can also mimic depression, and termed as 'akinetic depression' (20).
Akinesia refers to difficulty in initiating movement and paucity of self-generated voluntary movement (Bear, Connors, & Paradiso, 2001) whereas bradykinesia from strial dopamine deficiency results in slowness in executing movement.
This is termed bradykinesia (slowed movement) or akinesia (inability to move).
The syndrome consists of reversible extensive akinesia of the apical and mid portions of the left ventricle with hypercontraction of the basal segment, resembling the shape of a Japanese fishing pot or takotsubo.
In a study of 35 patients with chronic coronary artery disease, myocardial infarction, and regional akinesia or dyskinesia, Baer et al (45) compared rest/dobutamine MRI and FDG-PET and found that dobutamine-induced wall thickening was a better predictor of residual metabolic activity than was end-diastolic wall thickness at rest.
Fetal akinesia deformation sequence: An animal model.
Dominant and recessive central core disease associated with RYR1 mutations and fetal akinesia.