hypomotility


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hypomotility

 [hi″po-mo-til´ĭ-te]
deficient power of movement in any part.

hy·po·ki·ne·sis

, hypokinesia (hī'pō-ki-nē'sis, -nē'zē-ă),
Diminished or slow movement.
[hypo- + G. kinēsis, movement]

hy·po·ki·ne·sis

, hypokinesia (hī'pō-ki-nē'sis, -nē'zē-ă)
Diminished or slow movement.
Synonym(s): hypomotility.
[hypo- + G. kinēsis, movement]
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GI hypomotility is caused by clozapine's strong anticholinergic properties, which lead to slowed smooth muscle contractions and delayed bowel transit time.
Clonidine injection mainly leads to motility dysfunction including hypomotility and delayed gastric emptying by inhibiting acetylcholine activity [6-8].
Other diseases such as diabetes mellitus seem to facilitate the development of gallstone formation secondary to increased triglyceride levels associated with obesity as well as promoting gallbladder hypomotility and stasis.
This condition is usually characterized by gastrointestinal hypomotility and a large residue of milk in the stomach at the next feed.
In some buffaloes with hypomotility and low amplitude rumen contraction we increased bolus Rumentas (a) upto 3 bolus, orally, q 12 h.
A complex pathogenesis induces the formation of GS in patients with CLD, including changes in the composition of hepatic bile, enhanced nucleation of crystals, and gallbladder hypomotility [8, 74].
Gut hypomotility or stasis is thought to be the causal factor for this, the usual contents being inspissated fecal matter, calcium phosphates, magnesium, bacteria, epithelial debris, and unconjugated choleic acid with little or no cholesterol [1-4].
Gastric hypomotility disorders increase the risk of bezoars and timely intervention is critical to prevent tissue ulceration and necrosis.
(2011; 2012) reported that mosapride citrate is effective in the improvement of anorexia and vomiting for dogs with hypomotility of the upper gastrointestinal tract (stomach and duodenum).
Some experiments show that injuring the cerebellum will severely impact the accuracy of voluntary movement and cause dyskinesia, including the change of muscular tension, disequilibrium, hypomotility or involuntary movement, and so on (Ruan & Shou).
pylori) background, which were strongly associated with esophageal hypomotility [22].
Gastroparesis is represented by an array of neuropathic manometric changes including hypomotility in the gastric antrum after intake of meals and increased frequency of burst activity in the duodenum with impaired inter-digestive motility.