dyskinetic


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dys·ki·net·ic

(dis'ki-net'ik),
Denoting or characteristic of dyskinesia.

dys·ki·net·ic

(dis'ki-net'ik)
Denoting or characteristic of dyskinesia.

dys·ki·net·ic

(dis'ki-net'ik)
Denoting or characteristic of dyskinesia.
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Our findings indicate presence of dyskinetic CP et all GMFCS levels, with levels IV or V found in 2/3 of the examined cases, which is in agreement with the results yielded by a Swedish study [22].
2%) Dyskinetic type (n=5) - 1 (20%) 1 (20%) - Ataxic (n=4) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 1 (25%) Mixed (n=12) 1 (8.
Accordingly, higher striatal DA levels have been found in dyskinetic patients compared to nondyskinetic ones, as estimated by [11C]raclopride binding potential in PET imaging studies [67,68].
However, this mechanical model cannot simulate passive relaxation of the ventricle during diastole, nor the resetting of the sympathetic nervous tone or the changes in intrathoratic pressure during respiration; it can quantify the different effects of dyskinetic and akinetic aneurysms of different sizes on ventricular function.
Corpus callosum agenesis, severe mental retardation, epilepsy, and dyskinetic quadriparesis due to a novel mutation in the homeodomain of ARX.
Dyskinetic cerebral palsy, which affects 10-20% of people with cerebral palsy, is characterised by muscle spasms usually affecting the whole body.
Botulotoxin-A injections were prescribed to patients with spastic forms of infantile cerebral paralysis (ICP) and dyskinetic cerebral paralysis with muscular stiffness.
Leopold, Prolonged Metoclopramide-Induced Dyskinetic Reaction, 34 NEUROLOGY 238, 238 (1984) ("A prolonged acute dyskinetic reaction due to metoclopramide .
Dyskinetic (also known as athetoid) cerebral palsy usually comprises slow writhing movements where muscle tone fluctuates between increased and decreased tone.
A marked improvement in the dyskinetic movements was observed after clozapine was discontinued, however, which therefore suggests that clozapine was the most likely causative agent.
Echocardiography demonstrated a dyskinetic basal interventricular septum, with mild biventricular hypertrophy.