hyporeflexia


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hyporeflexia

 [hi″po-re-flek´se-ah]
diminution or weakening of reflexes.

hy·po·re·flex·i·a

(hī'pō-rē-flek'sē-ă),
A condition in which the reflexes are weakened. Reduction of the deep tendon reflexes may be generalized, regional, or focal.

hyporeflexia

(hī′pō-rĭ-flĕk′sē-ə)
n.
Decreased response of the deep tendon reflexes, usually resulting from injury to the central nervous system or metabolic disease.

hyporeflexia

[-riflek′sē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, hypo + L, reflectere, to bend back
decreased reflex reactions.

hy·po·re·flex·i·a

(hī'pō-rē-flek'sē-ă)
A condition in which the deep tendon reflexes are weakened.

hyporeflexia

diminished deep tendon reflexes

hy·po·re·flex·i·a

(hī'pō-rē-flek'sē-ă)
A condition in which the reflexes are weakened. Reduction of the deep tendon reflexes may be generalized, regional, or focal.

hyporeflexia

diminution or weakening of reflexes.
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Approximately 1 in 150 cases of WNV is severe and may present with high fever, nuchal rigidity, headache, hyporeflexia, and significant neurological deficits including altered mental status, confusion, seizures, visual changes, diffuse muscle weakness to paralysis, and coma (CDC, 2004e; Sejvar et al.
One of their patients had hyperreflexia while another had hyporeflexia with extensor plantar response4.
Patients were classified into the following groups according to the degree of preoperative caloric paresis: Group 1, normoreflexia, caloric paresis between 0 and 12%; Group 2, hyporeflexia, caloric paresis between 12% and 99%; and Group 3, areflexia, caloric paresis is 100%, there was no response.
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