hypokinesia


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hypokinesia

[‚hī·pō·ki′nē·zhə]
(medicine)
Subnormal muscular movements.
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"Our LSVT programs are designed to treat the bradykinesia and hypokinesia associated with Parkinson's disease, essentially, slowness and decreased movements that impact speech and ambulation," says Sarah May, speech-language pathologist at the NCH Outpatient and Day Rehabilitation Center at 3300 Kirchoff Road in Rolling Meadows.
Bedside two-dimensional echocardiography revealed a low left ventricular ejection fraction with mild hypokinesia. Cardiac evaluation in PACU revealed non-ST segment elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), and the patient was initiated on tablet clopidogrel (75 mg OD) and injection enoxaparin (0.3 mL BID).
Echocardiography revealed a severe right heart chamber enlargement, right ventricle basal segments hypokinesia, and a significantly increased pulmonary artery pressure.
It does not have any affinity to any dopamine receptors, which makes it an ideal antipsychotic for Parkinson's disease, where any dopamine antagonism can worsen the motor symptoms (rigidity, hypokinesia, and tremors) associated with that movement disorder.
An echocardiogram showed a decreased left ventricular ejection fraction with asynergy (hypokinesia on the anterior wall).
What is important is the fact that within a healthy lifestyle, health education, prevention and hypokinesia prevalence of obesity and other diseases of civilization (not just in the EU) is an important regular physical activity, adequate supply of physical activities in the area, strengthening the role of schools in attractiveness of sports physical activities related to these activities and targeted education in relation to children and parents closer cooperation and closer communication with them.
2D Echo showed global hypokinesia with ejection fraction- 50%.
Echocardiography (ECHO) revealed severe global hypokinesia of the left ventricle and dilated cardiomyopathy with ejection fraction of 25%.
Echocardiography at the time showed global hypokinesia with very poor LV systolic function and an ejection fraction (EF) of 15.0% associated with severe MR.
Differentiation between a Diffuse Hypokinesia and a Regional Wall Motion Abnormality must be Determined when Assessing the Left Ventricular Systolic Function, and the Differentiation between a Coronary-Related Segmental Wall Motion Abnormality and a Stress-Induced Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy must also be Determined
We performed transthoracic echocardiography on admission, which revealed a global cardiac dilatation (239 ml telediastolic volume and 138 ml telesistolic volume) with diffuse hypokinesia and a decresed ejection fraction.
Muscle atrophy and weakness suggesting for sarcopenia syndrome, hypotonia, hypokinesia, the patient being only able to move by using a support or assisted by medical staff.