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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In dyskinetic aneurysm, palpation of the LV muscle during its contraction allowed differentiation between scar and normal muscle.
The patients were separated into two groups according to CP types; spastic (group1, n=52) and ataxic, dyskinetic and mixed (group 2, n=35).
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].
Hence, we think that the key to operation is not only carefully and completely dissect the tumor from healthy surrounding muscle without damage to other normal structures, but also to reconstruct the left ventricular wall for preventing dyskinetic motion and the formation of the ventricular aneurysm, and avoid bleeding after closure of the excision.
An imbalance in the DA receptors, particularly between D1 and D2 receptor subtypes mainly expressed in the direct and indirect striatal output pathways, respectively, has been identified in dyskinetic nonhuman primates [15, 16].
Her gross motor movements appeared to be dyskinetic, manifested by erratic jerking with voluntary movement.
The diary data are presented in Figure 2 showing an approximate doubling of the time spent on without dyskinesia and reduction in Off time, dyskinetic time, and time asleep during the daytime diary period.
Metoclopramide-induced tardive dyskinesia, which is usually seen following discontinuation of the drug and manifested by orobuccolingual dyskinetic movements,[11] was also considered.
Methods: Thirty-one patients with New York Heart Association (NYHA) Class II, III ischemic HF, ejection fraction between 15% and 40%, and dilated akinetic or dyskinetic anterior-apical wall without the need to be revascularized were enrolled from seven sites in China from October to December 2014.
This finding suggested that the dyskinetic or akinetic walls provide a substrate for ventricular mural thrombus formation in end-stage HCM.
Look carefully for dyskinetic movements in patients who have recently discontinued or decreased the dosage of their antipsychotic.