synkinetic


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syn·ki·net·ic

(sin'ki-net'ik),
Relating to or marked by synkinesis.

syn·ki·net·ic

(sin'ki-net'ik)
Relating to or marked by synkinesis.
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Examination was significant for right-sided VIIth cranial nerve findings that included facial symmetry at rest, mild forehead weakness, incomplete eye closure, positive Bell phenomenon, moderate midface weakness with asymmetry of the nasolabial fold, mild weakness of the marginal mandibular nerve with a nearly symmetric smile, normal platysma movement, and synkinetic twitching of the mentalis muscle.
She had been noted to have inspiratory laryngeal adduction on her examination prior to beginning esomeprazole, indicating that she had synkinetic reinnervation rather than complete denervation.
Separate reanimation of the facial muscle groups reduces the severity of long-term synkinetic movement.
36] If the motion vectors do not cancel out each other, synkinetic motion may lead to abnormal laryngeal motion with spasmodic dysphonia or dyspnea.