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flaccid

[′flas·əd or ′flak·səd]
(botany)
Deficient in turgor.
(physiology)
Soft, flabby, or relaxed.
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This raised the possibility of a link between EV-D68 and acute flaccid myelitis.
We defined AFP as a clinical syndrome of rapid-onset extremity weakness, sometimes accompanied by weakness in a facial or respiratory muscle that is flaccid (i.
The typical presentation is a prodrome followed by the development of an unsteady gait and then ascending symmetrical flaccid paralysis.
All patients had distinctive spinal lesions largely restricted to gray matter detected by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), consistent with acute flaccid myelitis (AFM).
He added that 58 acute flaccid paralysis cases, a possible symptom of polio, had been reported in Deir Ezzor this year through June 6.
99, Waitrose Veggie burgers can be a little flaccid and flavourless, so we love this for celebrating mushrooms in their unchopped glory.
After recent reports that 65 percent of women in the country's capital have been groped and harassed in buses and trains, subway officials launched the 'sexist' men's seats, which feature a molded plastic nude male torso-complete with a flaccid appendage.
The child might have suffered from Acute Flaccid Myelitis, a rare condition that mostly affects children.
The flaccid penile length and erectile penile length were measured from the base of the penis (pubic bone) at the pubo-penile junction to the tip of the glans in standing position.
WHO has been carrying out Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) surveillance where all suspected cases of Acute Flaccid Paralysis are examined to rule out polio.
He developed flaccid blisters over the head and neck region 4 months back, which ruptured to form erosions.
Enterovirus 71 usually causes uncomplicated hand-foot-and-mouth disease, but patients can develop aseptic meningitis, acute flaccid paralysis, and fatal brainstem encephalitis.