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atony

[′at·ən·ē]
(medicine)
Absence or extremely low degree of tonus.
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3 seizures either right or left hemisphere (with AEDs) Patient Spindle density (age-sex) PSG findings (number/60 s) Patient 1-FG: Low sleep efficiency 2.4 63-M (53%), loss of atonia during REM with mild RBD.
Moreover, based on our previous research, we hypothesize that rapid eye movement sleep without atonia is associated with the severity of PD illness and might continue to develop as PD progresses.[5]
In RBD, a loss of atonia causes self-injury and injury to their bed partners.
The paper was titled "Trauma Associated Sleep Disorder: A Proposed Parasomnia Encompassing Disruptive Nocturnal Behaviors, Nightmares, and REM without Atonia in Trauma Survivors." He also plans to release another study on the topic in a journal next year.
Pharmacologically induced/exacerbated restless leg syndrome, periodic limb movements of sleep and REM behavior disorder/REM sleep without atonia: literature review, qualitative scoring, and comparative analysis.
Se caracteriza por la atonia del crecimiento, tendencia al estancamiento-retroceso de los salarios reales y un deterioro de las desigualdades sociales.
SSRIs are also associated with increased frequency of PLMS as well as REM sleep without atonia.