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Synonyms for akinesia

motionlessness attributable to a temporary paralysis


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Some sources support distinct diagnoses, while the traditional position is that DDM are variations along a spectrum, with apathy as the mildest form and akinetic mutism as the most severe form (Figure, page 12).
Keywords: Akinetic mutism, bilateral anterior cerebral artery territory infarct, epileptic seizure
The LV ejection fraction was mildly reduced at 46% with an akinetic inferoapical segment.
His ECG showed ST elevation in septal leads with a positive AVR while his bedside echo in the emergency department showed normal LV dimensions with akinetic apical and mid septum and hypokinetic apical anterior wall with an LVEF of 40-45%.
Alternatively, evidence of a hypokinetic or akinetic segmental wall motion abnormality in the anterior wall, in the absence of evidence of a prior infarction (wall thinning, chamber dilatation), may represent a STEMI equivalent AMI and should prompt emergent coronary angiography.
13) Progressive supranuclear palsy syndrome is characterized by symmetric akinetic syndrome, axial rigidity with falls, and vertical supranuclear gaze palsy.
FDA approved for use for seizures associated with Lennox-Gastault syn-drome, for akinetic and myoclonic seizures and absence seizures that fail to respond to other medications
Photocatalytic degradation of dichloroacetic acid: Akinetic study with a mechanistically based reaction model.
We were wa coming but bec couldn't cope w into an akinetic where his body Michael was hospital but tra specialist in Du Maria added: unconscious sta aiting on a new one cause his body without it, he went c (rigid) state y just shut down.
The wall of a chronic LVA has essentially a low compliance and no contractile properties, qualities of an akinetic aneurysm.
Pericardiac effusion did not increase after the puncture, but a subsequent echocardiogram revealed the left ventricular akinetic lesion had expanded, leading to worsening of the cardiac function.
Persistent akinetic mutism after bilateral paramedian thalamic infarction.
the sudden mobility and agility of otherwise akinetic PD patients in situations of great emergency, suggest that the nature of this pathology cannot be motor in a strict sense.
Transoesophageal echocardiography now revealed an akinetic dilated right ventricle and septal bulge into a hyperdynamic and underfilled left ventricle.