motor effect

motor effect

[′mōd·ər i‚fekt]
(electromagnetism)
The mutually repulsive force exerted by neighboring conductors that carry current in opposite directions.
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The visuo-cognitive and motor effect of amantadine in non-Caucasian patients with Parkinson's disease.
The maximum motor effect is reached 60 min after L-DOPA administration.
Parkinson's disease (PD) was first described in 1817, but it was not until the mid-20th century that loss of dopaminergic neurons in the basal ganglia was identified as the primary cause of the motor effects considered the cardinal signs of PD.
Initiation of a hypnotic effect is approximately 20 minutes; therefore BZRAs must be taken when already in bed to avoid amnesia and motor effects.
Other confounding factors can further complicate diagnosis, including an insidious onset, slow progression, motor effects of Parkinson's disease, and whether the impairment is the result of cognitive dysfunction, he said.
I'm not surprised that they showed the motor effects as more robust, because at an early age that's mostly what one sees," says Edward Levin, a professor of psychiatry and psychological and brain sciences at Duke University.
Importantly there is only one current drug on the market for Parkinson's dementia, and none that can address both the motor effects and the dementia effects.
Depression often accompanies Parkinson's disease, but some clinicians have been reluctant to use SSRIs because of fear of exacerbating the motor effects of Parkinson's disease.
Pollak P, Limousin P, et al: Modifications of the stimulation site within GPi induce different motor effects in parkinsonian patients.
We are gratified that the SOM201 study met the primary endpoint for wake after sleep onset (WASO) with no unwanted next-day cognitive or motor effects.
In early clinical data, licensed by Orphan Medical, epidurally delivered Butamben appeared to be highly selective in blocking pain transmission with no residual sensory or motor effects.
In general, tolerance to motor effects and reduction of body temperature were greater in adolescents than in adults (148).