dyssynergia cerebellaris myoclonica
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dyssynergia cerebella´ris myoclo´nica dyssynergia cerebellaris progressiva associated with myoclonus epilepsy.
dyssynergia cerebella´ris progressi´va a condition marked by generalized intention tremors associated with disturbance of muscle tone and of muscular coordination; due to disorder of cerebellar function.
detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia contraction of the urethral sphincter muscle at the same time the detrusor muscle of the bladder is contracting, resulting in obstruction of normal urinary outflow; it may accompany detrusor hyperreflexia or instability.
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dys·syn·er·gi·a cer·e·bel·lar·is my·o·clo·ni·ca
a familial disorder beginning in late childhood, characterized by progressive cerebellar ataxia, action myoclonus and preserved intellect. Probably due to multiple causes, of which mitochondrial abnormalities are one.
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dys·syn·er·gia cer·e·bel·lar·is my·o·clo·ni·ca(dis'sin-ĕr'jē-ă ser'ĕ-bel-ā'ris mī-ō'klō'ni-kă)
A familial disorder beginning in late childhood, characterized by progressive cerebellar ataxia, action myoclonus, and preserved intellect. Probably due to multiple causes, among them, mitochondrial abnormalities.
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