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a·syn·er·gy

(a-sin'er-jē),
Lack of coordination among various muscle groups during the performance of complex movements, resulting in loss of skill and speed. When severe, results in decomposition of movement, wherein complex motor acts are performed in a series of isolated movements; caused by cerebellar disorders.
Synonym(s): asynergia

asynergy

/asyn·er·gy/ (a-sin´er-je) lack of coordination among parts or organs normally acting in unison.

asynergy

[āsin′ərjē]
Etymology: Gk, a + syn + ergein, to work
1 a condition characterized by faulty coordination among groups of organs or muscles that normally function harmoniously.
2 the state of muscle antagonism found in cerebellar disease. See also ataxia, cerebellum.

a·syn·er·gy

(ā-sinĕr-jē)
Lack of coordination among various muscle groups during the performance of complex movements, resulting in loss of skill and speed. When severe, results in decomposition of movement, wherein complex motor acts are performed in a series of isolated movements; caused by cerebellar disorders.

a·syn·er·gy

, asynergia (ā-sinĕr-jē, āsi-nĕrjē-ă)
Lack of coordination among various muscle groups during the performance of complex movements, resulting in loss of skill and speed.

asynergy (āsin´urjē),

n a lack of muscular coordination in special functions (e.g., hand-to-oral cavity movements for feeding).
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Thus, paradoxic jet flow is an important marker of concealed apical asynergy and also risk of adverse clinical events--ventricular tachycardia, myocardial ischemia and necrosis (5,6).