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26) for having TMD, this data, however, diverged evidences that show that the progression of motor symptoms in PD: cervical spine flexion, thoracic hyperkinesis, scoliosis, abduction of the shoulders and flexion of the arms (4), lead to deficiency in axial control and mandibular movements, these characteristics are an indication that these people are more prone to the development of this dysfunction (2, 13, 14).
LV angiography demonstrated the characteristic morphology of apical ballooning with hyperkinesis of the basal segments and hypokinesis of the mid-apical segments (Fig.
ADHD, once called hyperkinesis or minimal brain dysfunction, is the most common psychiatric condition among children.
Hyperkinesis and learning disabilities linked to the ingestion of artificial food colors and flavors.
The text includes information on the diagnosis of patients with dementia, aphasia, seizures, syncope, sleep disorders, visual loss, diplopia, dysphagia, headache, hyperkinesis, acute muscle weakness, and other problems, as well as neuroimaging; selection of electrodiagnostic, cerebrospinal fluid, and other ancillary testing; common office problems in pediatric neurology; and ethical issues.
The disorder classically affects older women, causing apical ballooning and basal hyperkinesis of the left ventricle.
The playwrights stuporous expression, the absence of dialogue, the abrupt, almost cinematic hyperkinesis of the fight, and the unresolved conclusion coalesce to make the account gorgeous as well as suggestive.
It was in the late 1960s and early 1970s that these signs crystallized into a distinctive syndrome or disorder, one characterized by exuberant and disruptive activity, or hyperkinesis.
Peter Conrad notes that while the paradoxical effect of stimulants on some children was recognized in the 1930s, "hyperkinetic impulse disorder" was not conceptualized until the late 1950s and hyperkinesis did not become widely diagnosed and treated until the 1960s.
A transoesophageal echocardiogram performed immediately in the recovery room demonstrated severe wall motion abnormalities of the midventricular segments with apical sparing and hyperkinesis of the basilar segments.
In trials of sertraline on depressed children submitted by Pfizer, 8 of 189 subjects discontinued for aggression, agitation, or hyperkinesis (a coding term for akathisia), compared with 0 of 184 on placebo.
In rare cases, such dogs can suffer from a physiological disorder called hyperkinesis.
Specifically, cognitive/inattention problems, restless/impulsive symptoms, and the symptoms included in the Conners' ADHD index (attention problems, hyperkinesis, disorganization, distractibility, lack of persistence) occurred with a significantly greater severity in the older children with ADHD.
Hyperkinesis and food additives: Testing the Feingold hypothesis.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was first described 100 years ago by Still and has been known as hyperactivity, hyperkinesis disorder of childhood, or minimal brain dysfunction (Seidman, Valera, & Bush, 2004).