clonicotonic

clonicotonic

 [klon″ĭ-ko-ton´ik]
both clonic and tonic.

clon·i·co·ton·ic

(klon'i-kō-ton'ik),
Both clonic and tonic; said of certain forms of muscular spasm.

clon·i·co·ton·ic

(klon'i-kō-ton'ik)
Both clonic and tonic; said of certain forms of muscular spasm.

clon·i·co·ton·ic

(klon'i-kō-ton'ik)
Both clonic and tonic; said of certain forms of muscular spasm.

clonicotonic

both clonic and tonic.
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1996), patients may also experience the following signs and symptoms: fever, malaise, nausea/vomiting, pain, swelling, tenderness of affected extremities (Richard, 1986); fatigue, somnolence, lethargy, irritation, decreased concentration span, mental confusion, muscle hypersensitivity/pain, muscle cramps, asterixis (liver flap), clonicotonic seizure, coma, flaccid paralysis, generalized weakness, increased sensitivity of brain and muscle cells (Miller & Evans, 1987); peaked T-waves, flattening P waves, prolonged P-R interval, complete heart block, widened QRS, asystole, ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, anemia, and high-minute volume (to compensate for metabolic acidosis) (Toto, 1992).