Balance disorders can occur in Parkinson's disease, where the patient presents the tendency to fall backward or frontward, caused by hypertonicity
of lumbar or abdominal muscles.
They discuss childhood tuberculosis, medical education theory in practice, hypertonicity
in childhood, advances in burn treatment, initial investigation of inherited metabolic disease, practical aspects of immunization, vitamin D deficiency, comparing regional infant death rates in the UK, triage in emergency care, therapeutic use of hypothermia in critically ill or injured children, antenatal hydronephrosis, and a noninvasive approach to neonatal care.
The disruption of blood brain barrier due to hypertonicity
or to the volume of the contrast is still unclear.
in Parkinson's disease: Direct measurements of trunk and hip torque.
: Upper limb assessment and treatment.
Patients who have experienced prolonged vomiting, diarrhea, GI suctioning, surgical patients, prolonged periods of no food by mouth (NPO), excessive use of diuretics, excessive diaphoresis, or have inadequate fluid intake are also at risk for developing hypertonicity
vulvovaginal infections, dermatoses, hormonal, vascular, neurological, or iatrogenic), psychosexual and functional (pelvic floor hypertonicity
Key words: Fumaric aciduria, muscle hypertonicity
Indeed, L-arginine significantly decreased the action potential firing rate elicited by hypertonicity
, and blocking NOS induced a further increase in the frequency of action potential firing induced by the hypertonic solution.
According to Sharp and Wheeler (2005), the Schiff-Sherrington syndrome refers to phenomenon of thoracic limb extensor hypertonicity
associated with paraplegia from acute thoracolumbar spinal cord lesions.
Intercourse frequency, frequency of associated symptoms, and occurrence of pelvic floor hypertonicity
(Kegel manoeuvre) were assessed through Wilcoxon test.