isometric relaxation

i·so·met·ric re·lax·a·tion

decrease in tension of a muscle while the length remains constant because of fixation of the ends.

i·so·met·ric re·lax·a·tion

(īsō-metrik rĕ-lak-sāshŭn)
Decrease in tension of a muscle while the length remains constant because of fixation of the ends.
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LV isometric relaxation time (IVRT) was obtained by pulse doppler by keeping sample volume near the tip of the anterior mitral leaflet and both mitral inflow and LV outflow signals were obtained.
Jenny demonstrated an effective massage strategy that addressed the severity of the complaint using advanced remedial massage techniques, piriformis stretching, myofascial release, acupressure, trigger points, shifting technique and post isometric relaxation.
5 [mu]M was the minimum dose that caused a measurable increase in isometric relaxation time, and this effect increased with CPA concentration until the effect saturated at about 50 [mu]M (Fig.