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areflexia

 [a″re-flek´se-ah]
absence of the reflexes.
detrusor areflexia absence of contractions of the detrusor muscles of the urinary bladder.

a·re·flex·i·a

(ā'rē-flek'sē-ă),
Absence of reflexes.

areflexia

/are·flex·ia/ (a″re-flek´se-ah) absence of reflexes.
detrusor areflexia  failure of the detrusor urinae muscle to respond to stimuli, resulting in failure to empty the bladder completely on urination.

areflexia

(ā′rĭ-flĕk′sē-ə)
n.
The absence of reflexes.

areflexia

[ā′rēflek′sē·ə]
the absence of the reflexes.

areflexia

Neurology An absence of reflexes

a·re·flex·i·a

(ā-rĕ-flek'sē-ă)
Absence of reflexes.
[Gr. a-, not + L. reflectere, to bend back]

areflexia

Absence of tendon jerk reflexes.

a·re·flex·i·a

(ā-rĕ-flek'sē-ă)
Absence of reflexes.

areflexia

absence of the reflexes.

detrusor areflexia
a cause of automatic urinary bladder.
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Clinically, at presentation, all of them had symmetrical, ascending areflexic weakness of the lower limbs, with 21/24 (87.
The combination of generalized areflexic flaccid paraparesis with facial diplegia, ophthalmoplegia, and bulbar weakness often leads to the diagnosis of acute polyradiculoneuropathy (GBS) or its variant.
Symptoms include diffuse leg pain and sacral paresthesias progressing to weakness and flaccid, areflexic paraparesis, as well as urinary retention in more than two-thirds of patients (3).
During the first examination, the patient already presented areflexic paraparesis, T4 sensory level, and cranial nerve involvement (Bell's palsy), which suggest late stage of CMV neurologic disease.
She was confused with gaze-evoked nystagmus and bilateral abducens nerve palsies, was areflexic with mildly reduced power and limb dysdiadochokinesia, and could not sit because of severe truncal ataxia.
The reflex magnitude in RF and VM increased along with the increase in the muscular activity during midstance and terminal swing phase During the transition period however, all the subjects remained areflexic during this period despite significant increase in the EMG background activity (Fig-4).
Following extubation, bilateral facial and areflexic, asymmetric weakness was observed in all extremities; sensory examination was normal.
On examination, the patient had a flaccid areflexic right leg and a weak, hyporeflexic left leg; strength and reflexes in the arms were normal.
He was areflexic in the legs with either hyporeflexia (biceps and supinator reflexes) or areflexia (triceps reflexes) in the arms.
On day 30, the patient was transferred for rehabilitation with flaccid, areflexic paralysis in the right leg and variable weakness and diminished reflexes in all other limbs.
The patient was hospitalized on July 29, and neurologic examination showed a flaccid, areflexic right lower extremity and a weak left lower extremity with diminished reflexes.